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The ones who care beyond compare.

Spanning multiple cultures, generations, educational backgrounds and areas of medical expertise, our multilingual team delivers care that’s as human as care gets.


Izzy Levinson, LNHA


Kayshawn Macharie, MSW

Assistant Administrator

Kayshawn was born and raised in Spring Valley, NY, and moved to Buffalo in 2014 to attend college. Kayshawn attained his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University at Buffalo, and his Masters of Social Work at Daemen College. He is working on earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from D’Youville University and has already attained a minor in Long-Term Care Administration. He has worked as a High School Social Worker, Clinical Therapist, Clinical Manager, and a Director of Social Work in skilled nursing. He is dedicated, compassionate, and empathetic. His advice to all new team members is to be patient with themselves and be open to learning new skills daily. One of his favorite quotes is: “No matter where you are in life, celebrate it. It’s either a product of your growth or a place that will help you to grow.”

Andrew Ungoco

Director of Nursing

Arnell Deslandes

Director of Social Work

Arnell was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and moved to Buffalo in 2017 to attend college. Arnell is a graduate of SUNY at Buffalo, with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness. After graduating college, Arnell began working in skilled nursing. Arnell started as an aide to the Social Work Department, then transitioned into a Social Worker, then a discharge planner, and he currently holds the Director of Social Work position at Buffalo Center. He provides guidance and acts as an advocate to the residents. His goal is to grow in his current position and guide his team forward. Arnell wants to remind everyone to always have confidence, be assertive, and remember the value that they bring to the table.

Peggy Bojic, PT, DPT

Director of Rehabilitation

Peggy grew up in New York State and attended D’Youville College, graduating with a pre-med B.S. in Biology. During that time, she also worked on her Master’s in Anatomy and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. After graduating with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Peggy chose to work in sub-acute rehab facilities where she could make the biggest difference in populations often ignored. In a couple short years, she became Director of Rehab at Buffalo Center. She always believes in her patients and puts them first. Peggy loves the opportunity to work with aging populations and to restore hope and quality of life. She looks forward to continuing to serve her community at Buffalo Center where her heart is planted.

Tiffany Loveland

Director of Activities

Tiffany has more than 10 years’ experience working in long-term care. She started as a Housekeeper, rising to her current position as Recreation Director. She enjoys event-planning and making sure that our residents are having the time of their lives. Tiffany’s goal is to grow with the facility, striving to make Buffalo Center a 5-star facility.

Tiffany Shinault

Director of Human Resources

Tiffany Shinault has over 20 years in the long-term care industry. Tiffany attended Erie Community College where she received her Associate’s Degree in criminal justice and applied science. She has always loved helping others in every capacity–helping those less fortunate or just helping wherever her hands or ears were needed. Her greatest strength is working under pressure and problem-solving. Tiffany wishes to grow with Centers and strives to make Buffalo Center a 5-star facility.

Knowledge is health.

For the absolute highest quality of care, Buffalo Center staffs medical providers on each unit who stay in constant communication with leadership throughout the day. Team collaboration is our forte, and this commitment helps us maintain an unbeatable continuum of care.

Our team also works hard to keep therapies as consistent as possible, tracking all communications through an advanced electronic medical record system. This ensures immediate transmission of information across the entire care network.