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Organization: Marianhill Long-Term Care and Community Support Services  
Phone Numbers: 613-735-6838
Fax: 613-732-3934
600 Cecelia St
Pembroke, ON
K8A 7Z3
Intersection: Cecelia St and Bell St
Accessibility:     Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Fully Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Executives: Linda M Tracey - Chief Executive Officer
Susan Foran - Director of Finance and Administration
Service Description: 200-bed long term care home
  • chronic care
  • palliative care unit
  • McCluskey Centre: for individuals requiring respite from caring for someone with dementia
  • community outreach programs include assisted living
  • respite beds at Marianhill
  • adult day programs in Pembroke, Petawawa, Killaloe and Barry's Bay
  • M.A.T.C.H. (Marianhill Action Team for Caregiving in the Home): a respite program for caregivers in their own homes at a subsidized cost throughout Renfrew County

Fees: Service
Application: Admission to long term care and adult day programs is coordinated by the Champlain Community Care Access Centre (613-732-7007) * MATCH and dementia respite services in the McCluskey Centre can be requested directly at Marianhill (contact Joanna Chisnell ext 251)
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
Area(s) Served: Pembroke and area
See Also: Geriatric Services (Aging Related Health Care)
Hospice Care
Long-Term Care Homes
Long-Term Care Homes - Interim Beds
Residential Care for People with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias

This information was last completely updated on 12/11/2013

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