London To Get Nearly 300 New and Upgraded Long-Term Care Beds


The city of London is getting nearly 300 new and upgraded long-term care beds as part of the Ontario government’s $6.4-billion pledge to improve care homes by creating more than 30,000 new long-term care spaces by 2028 and upgrading 28,000 more. According to the Long-Term Care Minister, Paul Calandra, two long-term care homes in London will get 92 new and 196 renovated beds for more residents to be "near their family and friends and in a community that they have helped build,” said the Minister.

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Laura Woodman
February 17, 2022

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