Meadow Park Chatham

(519) 351-1330 - 110 Sandys Street Chatham, Ontario

Meadow Park Long Term Care

Meadow Park is a fully accredited long term care home serving our community of Chatham, Ontario. We've been established since 1979 and can even say that some of our staff have been with us on that journey since the beginning. We have 99 long term beds, available in private, semi-private and basic accommodations. Our home is a brightly lit, friendly place that only has one level which encourages everyone to get out and visit one another. Even though we are smaller than some other facilities, our home has the best community spirit and family support in the region.

At Meadow Park, we pride ourselves in changing the perceived culture of long term care by embracing and celebrating what we truly love. We are compassionate so we make sure that pets can come in for visits (sometimes they get lonely). We're competitive, so we hold monthly tournaments with our slot machines. We have a sweet disposition and need to indulge it with a ice cream cart in the summer. We also have a computer and iPad available to use, because it's never too late to learn something new and to keep in touch with our families.

We're so proud to have a wealth of great people at Meadow Park and benefit from the partnerships with the community and volunteers. Families are invited to come and visit the garden, have picnics and other get-togethers. We also encourage families to participate in the Family Council, that we refer to as "Family Ties".

Meadow Park Chatham Long Term Care Home is always looking for passionate volunteers. If you or someone you know would like to make an outstanding difference in the lives of our residents, contact our team today!

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    "My husband Romoe went to Meadow Park the first week of November 2014 after a hospital stay for congestive heart failure. He required 24 hour nursing care. In life he was a very active gentleman, self-made and used to doing things his way. This does not translate into a very cooperative resident in a nursing home and some days were difficult. From the very beginning the staff sat down with me and devised a plan of action to make life comfortable for Romoe and also for me. The medical staff: nursing staff and auxiliary staff were compassionate, caring, understanding and accepting of Romoe and made life comfortable for him. The staff were always open to my suggestions and most understanding and forgiving when he was not as cooperative as he could have been. Romoe died on March 4, 2015 and he was surrounded by the caring staff at Meadow Park. They took care of his every need at this difficult time while still being aware of my needs as well. I would not hesitate to recommend Meadow Park and their compassionate caring staff to anyone who wanted the best care for their loved one during a very difficult time in theirs and their family's life."
    Barbara R.

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