Kenmore Mercy Hospital

2950 Elmwood Avenue, Kenmore, NY 14217

Kenmore Mercy Hospital has served Buffalo’s northern suburbs since its founding by the Sisters of Mercy in 1951. Today, the 184-bed hospital continues to meet the changing needs of the local community and beyond. Specializing in orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation care, Kenmore Mercy features a dedicated Knee & Hip Center, an inpatient Medical Rehabilitation Unit (MRU), and on-campus subacute (post-hospital) and outpatient physical rehabilitation services. The hospital provides a wide range of services, including 24-hour emergency care, Joint Commission-accredited stroke services, specialized neurosurgery and critical care services, and a number of diagnostic and treatment services. A national leader in quality and patient safety, Kenmore Mercy has earned 20 consecutive “A” Safety Grade ratings from the Leapfrog Group, making it one of only 36 hospitals in the country, and the only one in New York State, to earn this distinction. It is also the region’s only Magnet-recognized hospital, reflecting our high standards of quality patient care and nursing excellence.



Comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation care, including physical, occupational, and speech therapy, to help patients recover from strokes, major orthopedic surgery, and other debilitating health conditions.

Subacute Rehab

Provides short-term, post-hospital, inpatient rehabilitation to help patients transition from hospital to home.

Joint Commission

Leading healthcare accrediting body that offers accreditations for hospitals, nursing homes, home care agencies, medical laboratories, and other healthcare organizations and medical specialties.

Leapfrog Group

An independent industry watchdog that collects and reports safety data for nearly 3,000 hospitals nationwide to help consumers make more informed healthcare decisions.

Magnet Recognition

Developed by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), it is the gold standard in professional nursing practice, which requires a rigorous, multi-year review process.

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