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The San Camillo Lifestyle

San Camillo offers luxury apartments for active adults. Walk inside our doors and you will find a warm, welcoming community of friends and neighbors, living in a comfortable, upscale environment.

Residents attend daily mass in the tranquil, stained glass chapel; they talk and laugh in a warm, bright atrium; they buy a few groceries at the charming country store; and they get their hair cut at one of our on-site salons. Others may be socializing outside on the terrace; enjoying a delicious gourmet meal in the elegant, large windowed dining room; or attending one of our fabulous resident get-togethers.

San Camillo provides retired adults with outstanding amenities and conveniences in a safe, traditional setting. We also offer exceptional social, cultural, educational, fitness, travel and spiritual opportunities.

There are over 280 luxury apartments in San Camillo, varying in both floor plans and size. Our Design Center affords residents the opportunity to customize their apartments according to their own sense of style.

San Camillo is integrated with the St. Camillus continuum of care. Should you need more assistance at any point, we offer assisted living, skilled nursing, rehabilitation therapy, home care, and hospice.

To learn more about the San Camillo difference, contact us or schedule a tour.

What makes San Camillo feel like home, hear from our residents.

San Camillo Resident Endorsement 1

San Camillo Resident Endorsement 2

From active living to supportive care, hear why San Camillo is a great place for your loved ones to thrive.

San Camillo Family Endorsement

“The woodshop is my favorite part. I like it because I don’t have to maintain the machines by myself anymore, so I can spend more time on my projects. It’s great.” – Fred R., St. Camillus Resident

“The staff has been so kind and so accommodating ever since I arrived here in 2008. They help me with directions and even little things around my apartment. We don’t shovel snow here, but if we had to, I’m sure they would help us with that too! Everyone should move here. I wish I would have done it sooner!” – Janet S., St. Camillus Resident