Partnering with Serene Suites


A state-of-the-art memory care facility in Greater Cincinnati

Your patients and their families look to you during the most difficult times of their lives – when they are at their most vulnerable. They seek clarity, comfort and advice on how to cope, adapt and move forward with their lives.


We know that as a healthcare provider, their health is your number one priority. We also understand the importance of referring patients to trusted partners that provide the highest standard of care, so they can make the most out of their lives.


When you refer a patient to Serene Suites, you can trust that they are receiving the best memory care that the region has to offer.

Call to speak with one of our staff, or schedule a tour at our memory care center.

The Serene Difference

To tackle dementia effectively, Serene Suites focuses on developing deeply personalized, dynamic care plans, influenced by a number of factors, including your patient’s personality, the stage of their illness, input from family and loved ones, medical history, and much more.


Utilizing the latest in dementia research, Serene Suites was built with one goal in mind: to be a safe haven for those suffering from dementia.


We focus on nurturing a person’s body and mind, providing holistic care to increase a resident’s quality of life.


Our residents enjoy:


Passionate about making a difference.

By holding our staff and care partners to the highest professional and personal standards, we are able to do justice to the responsibility entrusted to us: giving each resident the best quality of life possible.


Manish Srivastava, MD, Medical Director

Dr. Srivastava is a geriatrician with additional specialties in hospice and palliative medicine. After completing his degree at Medical College Baroda, he and over 20 years of experience. He received his degree from Medical College Baroda, completed his residency in the Cleveland Clinic Health System, and has been in practice for more than 20 years.


The older a resident gets they’re much more fun to interact with. They have so many different stories and they talk about life experiences. That really enriches you, and it just gives you a very different feeling of completeness. It’s not just that you take care of them, it’s what they teach you while you are taking care of them, I think that’s a beautiful aspect of back and forth, which I enjoy most in geriatrics.


Manish Srivastava, MD

Babu Gupta, MD, Medical Director

​​Dr. Gupta is an adult and geriatric psychiatrist. He received his medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, completed his residency at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and has been in practice for more than 20 years.


I really enjoy geriatric psychiatry for a number of reasons. One is that I love to hear the history of people that have lived a full life and have a history to share. I find that very fascinating. I love hearing about what they worked out, problems they’ve had over their lives, successes they’ve had, their children or grandchildren—I find that very interesting and am kind of a student of history.


Babu Gupta, MD


Kind words from the families of our residents