Our Hospice operates two residences, one located in Windsor, and the second, our Erie Shores Campus, located in Leamington.
With 12 patient suites at our Windsor Residence, and 11 suites at our Erie Shores Residence, our Hospice offers a total of 23 palliative care beds to our Windsor-Essex community – all at no cost to our patients and their loved ones.
Our facilities offer 24-hour state-of-the-art palliative care provided in a home-like environment.
The care in our homes is provided by specially trained medical care staff and volunteers. Each patient suite has a private washroom, pull out bed, fridge, and fireplace. The public kitchen areas are managed by volunteers, who provide daily homemade meals to our residents. Our residences are an inviting and home-like space where families can visit freely without the worry of providing day-to-day care
Residential care is offered to all individuals who …
- Have a prognosis of less than three months
- Have a Palliative Performance Scale (PPS) of 40 or less
- Recognize that resuscitation is not a service that we provide
- Understand that no extensive diagnostics or treatments are offered other than those required for symptom and pain management and comfort measures
Exceptions to these criteria may be assessed on a case by case basis.
About Our Residences
Hospice – Windsor Campus
6038 Empress Street
Windsor, ON N8T 1B5
Virtual Tour – Windsor
Hospice – Erie Shores Campus
197 Talbot Street West, Suite 701
Leamington, ON N8H 1N8
Virtual Tour – Erie Shores
For a verbal description or walk through of the Windsor Campus or Erie Shores Campus video, please contact our Hospice at 519.974.7100 or firstname.lastname@example.org and our team would be happy to provide support.
Hospice Residences Referral Information
Referral information coming soon.
Hospice Residences Handbook
Our Hospice Residence Handbook contains valuable information about our Hospice and our team. It also highlights things like what to expect while staying in our Residences, and includes everything from where to park to what a day at Hospice often looks like.
Our Hospice Residences are open to individuals and families who could benefit from care in an environment other than their own home.
Patients must be referred by their doctor or nurse practitioner, and from there, work closely with the Erie-St. Clair Home and Community Care who coordinates the referral process. Admission is based on their determination of eligibility and the Hospice’s ability to accommodate patients.
Contact us for more information about our Hospice Residences.