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Organization: Résidence Saint-Louis - Résidence Saint Louis  
Phone Numbers: 613-562-6262
Fax: 613 683-5002
Email: rslinfo@bruyere.org
Website: www.bruyere.org
Address:
879 Hiawatha Park Rd N
Ottawa, ON
K1C 2Z6
Intersection: Orleans Blvd and Jeanne D'Arc Blvd N
Accessibility:     Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Fully Accessible
Hours: Mon-Sun 24 hours
Executives: Michel Bilodeau - President and Chief Executive (interim)
Bruyère Continuing Care
613-562-6262 ext 4090 * mbilodeau@bruyere.org
Daniel Levac - Vice-President (Financial Dept)
Bruyère Continuing Care
dlevac@bruyere.org
Contacts: Amy Porteous - Vice President, Planning and Residential Programs
Bruyère Continuing Care
613-562-6262 ext 2516 * aporteous@bruyere.org
Simon Akinsulie - Director, Residential Program LTC
Bruyère Continuing Care
613-560-6262 ext 2520 * sakinsulie@bruyere.org
Service Description: 198-bed long term care home
  • two respite beds
  • Peritoneal Dialysis Unit
  • convalescent care
  • vacation care
  • telephone support program and support program for informal caregivers
Fees: Service - As per Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care guidelines
Application: Apply through the Community Care Access Centre by calling 613-310-2222 or TTY 613-745-0049
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Open to seniors and adults 18 years and over who are deemed eligible by a CCAC manager as per the Long-Term Care Homes Act 2007
Languages: English ; French - Designated Agency under the French Langua
Area(s) Served: Ottawa and area
See Also: Community Support Services
Foot Care
Long-Term Care Homes
Long-Term Care Homes - Convalescent Care Beds
Respite Care for Seniors

This information was last completely updated on 7/15/2014

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