The new 320-bed Mon Sheong Stouffville Long-Term Care Centre was marked officially completed today in Whitchurch-Stouffville .
The not-for-profit home is expected to accept its first residents this August, providing safe, modern long-term care beds in Whitchurch-Stouffville, and offering culturally appropriate services to the Chinese community.
“Our government continues to be hard at work delivering on our promise to add beds and improve the quality of care our seniors receive in long-term care homes,” said Premier Doug Ford in a news release. “Our loved ones in long-term care deserve a comfortable, modern place to live near family and friends. The new Mon Sheong Stouffville Long-Term Care Centre ticks all those boxes.”
The new facility if part of the Ontario government's $2.68-billion ten-year plan for the development of 30,000 long-term care beds.
“Our government is repairing and rebuilding Ontario’s long-term care sector,” said Rod Phillips, minister of Long-Term Care. “The opening of this new facility means 320 new beds for seniors in the community to call home, near their family and friends.”
More than 20,000 new and 15,000 upgraded beds are in development, he said.