Mission Statement

At Lockport Rehab and Health Care Center, our mission is to make you and your family feel welcome as soon as you walk through our doors, and to improve your quality of life through our rehabilitation, long- term and out-patient services. We continue to uphold our tradition of Dignity, Compassion and Respect.

Our Approach

We understand the challenges one faces when choosing a rehabilitation or long-term care facility for a loved one. Lockport belongs to a family of facilities dedicated to providing the highest level of care possible for both our short-term friends, and long-term family. We implement a unique method to providing care, one that focuses on nurturing the overall mental and physical wellness of our residents, not just treating medical issues. Our state-of-the-art facilities combine cutting edge technology with a warm, friendly atmosphere. Aside from our top notch, round-the-clock medical care, guests can look forward to community outings, fun activities, luxurious rooms, and hands-on, delicate care.

For our long-term and short-term residents, we offer an individualized plan of care and services tailored to meet specialized needs. For our short-term rehabilitation patients, we focus on strengthening our patients so that they can return home as soon as possible. Family education, training, and care conferences are also available to address longer-term goals and discharge planning. In order to ensure a smooth transition after discharge, home evaluations are completed as needed based on residents' needs.

For our long-term patients, we do our utmost to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care. Our experienced staff maintains constant communication with our patient's medical team as well as their family members. At Lockport, you can rest easy knowing that your family member will receive warm, compassionate care, making his or her stay with us both comfortable and enjoyable.

Our Services

At Lockport Rehab and Health Care Center, we provide an all-inclusive care program for our patients which is fully customized to each patient's needs.

  • 24 Hour Skilled Nursing Care
  • Long-Term Care
  • Respiratory/Trach Care
  • Therapy Services
  • Wound Care Program
  • Palliative Care
  • Respite Care
  • Registered Dietician Services
  • Psychological Services

Physician Protocol

Care Coordination

Goal Oriented Therapy

State-Of-The-Art Equipment

Non-Discrimination Policy

As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, Maximus Healthcare Group does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color, or national origin, or on the basis of disability or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by Maximus Healthcare Group directory or through a contractor or any other entity with which Maximus Healthcare Group arranges to carry out its programs and activities.

This statement is in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Regulations of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued pursuant to these statutes at Title 45 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 80, 84, and 91.


How do I apply for an Inpatient Rehabilitation and/or Long-Term Care Bed?

Please contact our Admissions Director, Erin Domski, at 716-438-4753 to schedule a tour of the facility and complete a facility application in order to reserve a potential room for your scheduled stay based on date of admission.

What items should I bring for my stay?

For an Inpatient Rehabilitation stay, please bring enough loose fitting clothing for one week, along with proper shoe attire that will allow for exercise in the therapy departments. Additionally, please bring pajamas and/or night-time attire. We provide hospital gowns and laundry services at resident / family request upon admission. All items should be marked with your name.

Personal items such as cell phones, tablets, etc., are welcome, and we provide a night stand with personal lock for these items. Free wifi is available at the facility. We provide hygienic products, but residents are also permitted to bring their own items from home. Food items are also allowed for storage in our resident dining room refrigerator. All food items should be dated and marked with first and last name. Non-refrigerated foods should be kept in a sealed container such as a ziplock bag or container in the nightstand.

For your Long-Term Care stay, please provide clothing for all seasons, as well as pajamas and/or night- time attire. Preferably, residents / family should bring in the preferred recliner and/or chair choice for the room. We provide bed with fresh linens, a night side table, a dresser for clothing and storage of items, and a tray table. Our Private and Suite rooms come with a complimentary television; for further questions about specific items, please contact our Admissions Department at 716-438-4753.

How long will my Inpatient Rehabilitation stay be?

Each Individual Rehabilitation stay is unique, and its length is determined through an Interdisciplinary Team comprised of your Therapist, Nurse Manager, Social Worker and any other individual involved in your plan of care. Discharge plan meetings are scheduled for you and your family to ask questions, discuss concerns, and review your progress. In determining and planning your length of stay, we take into account having a safe and successful discharge, so that your best needs are met upon leaving our facility.

How often will I have therapy during my Inpatient Rehabilitation stay?

Therapy occurs 6 days per week, Monday through Saturday. Typically, a Physical Therapy and an Occupational Therapy session are scheduled each day. The specific length of these sessions depends on insurance approval and level of participation, and physician orders.

Do you offer Outpatient Rehabilitation?

Yes. We offer outpatient therapy 6 days per week, Monday through Saturday. You can reach our Outpatient Therapy Secretary, Erin Costello, at 716-438-2023.

Do I need to bring in my own medications from home?

No. All prescription drugs, treatments, and over-the-counter medications will be provided by the facility. If your loved one asks you to bring in medication, please speak to a nurse, as this may indicate ineffective medication.

What are your visiting hours?

Our facility has open visiting hours. The best time to visit residents in rehab is late afternoon, or right after dinner. Residents are usually in therapy a couple of times a day, so be sure to plan your visits accordingly. Our long-term residents generally receive visitors between 8am and 8pm.