Five private CHSLDs approved by Quebec, including one in Montreal
In order to improve the quality of services and care offered to seniors and to fight against disparities in Through the establishments of the province, Quebec will contract five more private residential and long-term care centers (CHSLD), including one in Montreal.
The centers concerned are the CHSLD Manoir de l’Ouest de l’île (Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal), the CHSLD de la Rive (Laval), the CHSLD Manoir Harwood (Montérégie-Ouest) and the CHSLD Wales (Estrie).
The announcement of this operation was made Monday from the CHSLD Soulanges in Montérégie, by the Minister responsible for Seniors and Minister for Health, Sonia Bélanger, who was accompanied by her parliamentary assistant and Member of Parliament for Soulanges, Marilyn Picard.
This expansion is part of Quebec’s strategy to bring all private CHSLDs in Quebec under agreement by 2025.
“The agreement improves the quality of care and services in all areas of the country. accommodation and to offer the same services as those found in public CHSLDs, ”says the Office of the Minister responsible for Seniors and Minister for Health.
Other structures will add to this list in the coming weeks, says Quebec.
The CHSLD agreement, in addition to improving the quality of life of patients, is beneficial for the staff as well as the owners of the centers, maintains the government.
“Our goal is to ensure a quality of care and service that is comparable in all living environments. We are going to continue the agreement in the coming years in order to achieve them all by 2025,” said Sonia Bélanger.