Kemptville District Hospital provides interim long-term care for residents awaiting acceptance in their selected long-term care facilities. Long-term care is designed to meet the needs of people who can no longer perform everyday tasks, like getting dressed, eating or bathing. Long-term care also provides for people who have Alzheimer’s and other cognitive and physical impairments.

Our staff and volunteers create a very home-like atmosphere. Residents eat their meals in their own sunny dining room, and enjoy a wide variety of activities, including music, games and crafts, pet therapy and outings. Our residents also enjoy planting strawberries and herbs in the hospital garden. Residents’ birthdays are celebrated at monthly parties, festive teas are held, and special meals are planned.

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