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Temiskaming Lodge

(705) 672-2123 - 100 Bruce Street Haileybury, Ontario

Temiskaming Lodge Long Term Care

Temiskaming Lodge is located on the shores of Lake Temiskaming in the town of Haileybury, Ontario, one of three communities that comprise the Tri-Town area of "Temiskaming Shores". Our home is an 83 bed fully accredited long-term care home offering private, semi-private and basic accommodations. We provide 24 hour nursing care for residents living with day-to-day physical and/or cognitive challenges. We also have one temporary interim short-stay bed for those in hospital waiting for a bed in long-term care and a short stay bed for caregiver relief.

When you visit Temiskaming Lodge, you can experience our beautiful, outdoor garden area with a gazebo and amazing views. There is even a green house for those who like to dabble in horticulture. Our residents enjoy a full range of stimulating recreational and restorative activities, for which we are renowned. Our dedicated staff and excellent community support, including volunteers, add to the close knit environment and warm, inviting atmosphere.


Boil Water Advisory

Temiskaming Lodge received a call from the Timiskaming Health Unit on July 20th at 5:30 p.m. to advise us that the boil water advisory notice issued on July 18th, 2018 has been lifted. Water sample results indicate that the water quality within the municipal drinking water system is safe for drinking.

Events & News

October 17th, 2018

Temiskaming Lodge hosts in-home celebration for Making A Difference Award recipient, George Dodds

October 12th, 2018

Residents pay a visit to Craig Haven Farm & Garden.

October 12th, 2018

Junior and Senior Kintergarten students from Ecole Catholique Sainte-Croix in Haileybury pay a visit to Temiskaming Lodge

Making A Difference

Audrey Jelly- 2017 MADA Recipient

Audrey Jelly has been chosen as the 2017 Making A Difference Award Winner at Temiskaming Lodge in Haileybury, Ontario.

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    "On behalf of Doris Peckover and her family, we would like to recognize and thank the staff at the Lodge for the thoughtful care and kindness provided to Mom (Doris) as she continues to be a resident at the Lodge. You have made her feel useful and needed with the small tasks you ask her to do such as folding towels and stamping mail. The activities organized by your staff for the residents and entertainment have also been enjoyed by Mom. Everyone from the cleaning staff, PSWs and the nurses happy and smiling when we visit. The past winter has been a challenging one for your staff. Our thanks for keeping your caring outlook and professionalism through these demanding challenges. Kind regards and best wishes from Doris? entire family. Sincerely, Doug Goddard and Family"
    Doug G. and Family

Our Staff

Francine Gosselin
Administrator
705 672-2123
Sarah Davis
Resident and Family Services Coordinator
705 672-2123
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