The Grey Sisters of the Immaculate Conception founded Marianhill Home for the Aged in Pembroke Ontario in 1954. Since its inception, Marianhill has provided quality care for all residents. A dignified and loving response to the elderly has its roots in the very early history of the Grey Sisters’ community, for Saint Marguerite D'Youville was herself joyfully dedicated to ministering to the aged. This tradition for loving respect remains today as the vital foundation of our efforts.
Over the last forty years, Marianhill has evolved into a 200-bed facility, offering long term and chronic care, including a palliative care unit and the Dr. L.U. McCluskey Centre, which provides specialized services for individuals suffering from dementing illness. Our extensive community outreach programs include Assisted Living, respite beds at Marianhill, as well as Adult Day programs, which operate in Pembroke, Killaloe and Barry's Bay. Marianhill also operates M.A.T.C.H., the Marianhill Action Team for Care giving in the Home.
Marianhill operates under the Long Term Care Homes Act 2007 and the Public Hospital Act.
The Board of Directors and staff members strive to follow the example of Saint Marguerite d’Youville by offering compassionate care within Marianhill and the community. We are guided by our Mission Statement, our Values and our Strategic Plan.
Overview of Facilities
- 200 Bed Facility including..
- Long Term Care - 139 beds, of which 2 are designated Respite Care,
- Complex Continuing Care - 21 beds, of which:
- 3 beds are designated Palliative Care.
- 18 beds are designated are for slow stream rehab patients and patients with complex care needs.
- Shalom - 30 beds, which are privately owned by the Grey Sisters for their infirmed, and operated by Marianhill.
- The Dr. L. U. McCluskey Centre, a 10 bed unit, for the assessment for clients with Alzheimer's' Disease and related dementias.
- Dining Facilities
- Therapeutic Facilities
- Medical Facilities
- Recreation Facilities
- Palliative Care Facilities
- Relaxing Common Areas