Providence Care is situated on the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe People.
Providence Care is Southeastern Ontario’s leading provider of specialized care in aging, mental health and rehabilitation.
Continuing the legacy of our Founders, the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, Providence Care consists of Providence Care Hospital, Providence Transitional Care Centre, Providence Manor long-term care home, Hospice Kingston, and more than 22 community based mental health and support services across the region.
Fully-affiliated with Queen’s University and St. Lawrence College, Providence Care is a member of the Ontario Hospital Association, and is a centre for healthcare, education and research. We are more than healthcare; we promote independence, enhance quality of life and redefine traditional healthcare through partnerships, innovation and research.
Catholic Health Care Provider
Providence Care belongs to a system of 21 Catholic health care providers across Ontario, sponsored by the Catholic Health Sponsors Ontario (CHSO). The sponsored Organizations were established by seven Congregations of religious Sisters. The Sisters were health care pioneers who created a culture of excellence, compassion, respect and inclusion that is still relevant today.
As sponsor, CHSO continues the legacy of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul by ensuring that the Catholic identity, Mission and Values, strengthen and enrich health care delivery in our province.