Ontario is creating 636 new long-term care beds in York Region to help seniors better access high-quality care and continue to live happy and healthy lives.
Location of new LTC beds include the Mon Sheong Foundation, Stouffville Campus (320 new beds), Schlegel Villages (192) and Arch Long Term Care (124).
MPP Reza Moridi was at the Mon Sheong Richmond Hill Long Term Care Centre April 27 to make the announcement. The new beds are part of the province’s commitment to providing 5,000 new beds by 2022 and more than 30,000 new beds over the next decade.
“This is fantastic news for our communities – by adding 636 new long-term care beds in York Region, we are helping more seniors access the care they need close to family and friends,” said Moridi. “This vital investment will improve the quality of life and the quality of the care received by our seniors.”