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1/Issue 1 of the Leacock Retirement Lodge Newsletter! Get an update on our
construction and highly anticipated opening date, meet our new General
Manager, Jennifer Ransier or read up on the newest changes to the Ontario
Retirement Homes' Act! Curious about Retirement Lodge living? Find out what
to expect in "I Just Moved into a Retirement
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New Medical Commercial Space in Orillia
Orillia, ON (August 21, 2012). Leacock Care Centre
along with Leacock Retirement Lodge in Orillia unveiled details about a
2000 square foot commercial medical space that they have reserved for up to
2 local doctors. Several Doctors and members of the medical community
attended a dinner event at 16 Front Street on August 9, 2012 and those in
attendance previewed the details about this opportunity.
Commercial Space will be located in the Leacock Care Centre at 25 Museum
Drive in Orillia. The space will occupy vacant area that currently exists
in the Long Term Care building with its own entrance for use as a community
practice. We have experience in two other of the Jarlette Lodges with
physician offices and it has proven to be successful for both the occupying
physicians and the lodge.
Construction is well under way at the neighbouring
Leacock Retirement Lodge Inc. and a tunnel connecting the two buildings is
already in place. This tunnel will provide ease of access to Residents
wanting to visits friends or family in the Nursing Home and for those
accessing the services of the medical facility.
Jackie Dusome, Director of the Retirement
Division at Jarlette Health Services says she is looking to find
physicians who may be interested in establishing their offices in this
location and she would be happy to meet with interested parties.
Services is a trusted and well-respected Canadian family
run business, which currently owns and operates 12 Long Term Care Homes
and 6 Retirement Lodges in Ontario. Started in 1970 in Midland Ontario
by husband and wife team Alex and Bobbie Jarlette and now lead by son
David, their compliment of retirement lodges and nursing homes are able
to offer “aging in place” choices to their clients. Employees and
owners live and breathe the company’s Core Purpose to Make an
Outstanding Difference in the Lives of Others.
Ground Breaking News from Leacock Retirement
Orillia, ON (September 13, 2011). A Ground Breaking
ceremony for Jarlette Health Services newest Retirement Lodge is set to take
place on Tuesday September 20, 2011 at 1pm. The event
will mark the beginning of construction for Leacock Retirement Lodge in
Orillia. The ceremony will occur on the designated parcel of land which is
located on a neighbouring property to Leacock Care Centre at 298 Forest Avenue
After several years of planning and research, Jarlette
Health Services' Director of Retirement Communities Operations, Jackie Dusome
is eager to get started and will be on hand to answer questions and celebrate
this occasion. Floor layouts for this four storey building and its amenities
will also be unveiled following the groundbreaking.
Those wanting more than photos and layouts are welcome
to visit nearby sister lodges: Roberta Place in Barrie, Bayfield House in
Penetanguishene and Waterside in Wasaga Beach. These 3 lodges are a great
representation of the new look and feel of Retirement Living
by Jarlette Health Services.
Jarlette Health Services is a Canadian family run
business, which currently owns and operates 12 Long Term Care Homes and 6
Retirement Lodges in Ontario. Their Core Purpose is to Make an
Outstanding Difference in the Lives of Others. Started in 1970 in
Midland Ontario by husband and wife team Alex and Bobbie Jarlette and now lead
by son David, this company is a well respected name in the Long Term Care and
Leacock Retirement Lodge is a welcome addition to
Jarlette and to Orillia. Inquiries continue to stream in about the new Lodge
and suite reservations will begin at the Ground Breaking event. The
Lodge is due to open in 2013.
Call Monique at 705-526-3807 x 235 for the latest
information on Leacock Retirement Lodge.