Centre is the second largest public Jewish long-term care centre in
the Province of Quebec. With 320 beds and an operating budget of $25-million,
our objective is to provide the highest possible quality of care and
quality of life in a homelike environment and according to Jewish
tradition and values.
For more than 60 years, the Centre and its founding organizations have
been caring for the chronically ill and elderly of the Jewish community.
The majority of our residents suffer from one or more illnesses: Alzheimer’s
and other forms of dementia, heart disease, stroke, Parkinson’s,
diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis and other diseases.
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The Centre provides therapeutic care, and a wide range of services,
based on an interdisciplinary approach,
with teams of health care professionals developing and reviewing treatment
plans in consultation with the residents and their families.
Recognizing the importance of religious faith to its residents, we
abide by the strictest rules of Kashruth and offer synagogue services,
chaplaincy services, Oneg Shabbats and Jewish holiday celebrations.
The Centre is comprised of two buildings: the Jewish Hospital of Hope
Pavilion, with main entrance located at 5725 Victoria Ave.; and the
David and Sylvia Kastner Nursing Home Pavilion, located at 5750 Lavoie
Our two pavilions are connected by an aboveground, fully enclosed
link that can be accessed from the second floor of the Hope Pavilion,
or from the main floor of the Kastner Pavilion.
Click here to read our Financial Statement.
Click here to read our 2013 Incident Report.