Providence Care’s long-term care program is provided at Providence Manor – a 243-bed home located in downtown Kingston. The charitable home provides care for residents who have stable medical conditions, but require 24-hour nursing care.
At Providence Manor, we are committed to providing you with care that is resident-focused, respectful,
compassionate, safe and efficient. We are proud to be a Home that continues to provide compassionate and respectful care for residents and their families founded on the Catholic values and beliefs of our Founders’, the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de
Paul. Residents are cared for as a person with your own unique physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.
Providence Manor has six Resident Home Areas located on Levels 3, 4 and 5. Each level is split into two Resident Home Areas, one on the Sydenham Street side of the building and one on the Montreal Street side of the building. Each Resident Home Area promotes a home-like environment. Each Resident Home Area has a dining room and a lounge with a large screen TV.
Basic, semi-private or private accommodation is available within the Home, with a total of 243 beds. Most rooms are private and share a washroom with the adjoining room. There are also showers and therapeutic whirlpool bathtubs located on each Resident Home Area. There are 103 air conditioning units available in the Home for resident rooms. The home is not fully air conditioned.
Air conditioning is not available throughout the entire home. Resident Home Area dining rooms and lounges are air-conditioned. Resident room window air conditioners are available on a first-come-first-served basis with priority given to residents who require one for health reasons. See the Resident Services page for more information.
Providence Manor has a continuous quality improvement initiative. The designated lead for the home is Krystal Mack, Administrator. Providence Manor’s priority areas for quality improvement can be found in the 2022/2023 Quality Improvement Plan.