Due to increasing geriatric patients, quality care must be provided by healthcare professionals to satisfy their needs in the level of functioning. Researchers determined the levels of functioning and satisfaction on nursing care among geriatrics and assessed the significance of their relationship through a descriptive correlation study. Respondents were fifteen geriatric residents of a facility in research locale. Validated questionnaires and perception assessment forms were utilized in gathering data on demographic profile, physical functioning, personal care skills, interpersonal relationship and social acceptability. Demographic profiling of respondents revealed that majority were 61- 73 years old, married, female, college graduate and of high-income. Physical functioning was problematic. Furthermore, physical assistance with personal care was needed and the interpersonal relationship of geriatric patients was typical of the person. On social acceptability, data revealed that they were not abusive to themselves or to others. Level of satisfaction on nursing care in meeting physiological, psychological and social needs were moderately satisfactory. The study also revealed no significant relationship between their level of functioning and satisfaction on nursing care. Also, there was no significant difference in their level of functioning and satisfaction when grouped according to gender and civil status. However, there is a significant difference in level of functioning and satisfaction when respondents were grouped according to age.