The Osgoode Care Centre is a 100-bed non-profit, charitable long term care home, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We are home to 99 permanent residents with one short stay bed.
The Care Centre was built by the generosity of the residents of the Township of Osgoode in order to fulfill a tremendous need in the community for their seniors. Now part of the City of Ottawa and the larger Champlain Health Region, we continue to be a first choice of home for those living in the area.
All admissions to the Osgoode Care Centre are coordinated through the Champlain Local Health Integration Network. To gain more information on eligibility criteria and the application process, please go to the Champlain LIHN’s Getting Long Term Care in Ontario or call 613-745-5525 or to learn more about Long Term Care, go to Ontario Long Term Care Association.
The Osgoode Care Centre has basic, semi-private and private rooms furnished with a single bed (all new beds and mattresses as of September 2018), night stand and wardrobe. Residents are welcome to bring in items which will help to make their room comfortable and familiar. Cable and telephone service are available at an extra monthly cost.
We are a non-profit, charitable organization committed to excellence in the delivery of rural community support services. We champion the rights of seniors, people with disabilities and caregivers.
To provide a gateway to health and social services and collaborate with others to provide a community of care.
Our vision is a vibrant and healthy rural community where individuals have timely access to a full range of programs and services to support their well-being.