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Providence Care enacting mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for staff

Providence Care is joining the growing list of hospitals and other healthcare organizations in Ontario enacting a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for staff. All staff working at Providence Care Hospital, Providence Manor, Providence Transitional Care Centre, and any of Providence Care’s community-based mental health and support services sites must be

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Seniors and childcare will be under one roof at new Providence Manor

Two local organizations are joining forces to provide new programs to both seniors and children alike.  Providence Care and the YMCA of Eastern Ontario are opening a Y childcare centre in the new Providence Manor, tentatively opening in summer 2024. “If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is

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Documentary shines spotlight on the power of music

Residents at Providence Manor have been enjoying performances from Canta Arya School for Strings students for over a decade. To highlight this partnership the two organizations have produced a documentary called Resonance: Music Across the Ages. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the school would host as many as 20 concerts

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Providence Manor resident’s conflicting COVID-19 test results being investigated

A resident of Providence Manor who previously tested positive for COVID-19 has subsequently tested negative. Nevertheless, Providence Care administration says it isn’t taking any chances and that all enhanced precautionary measures are still being taken. Providence Care initially received notification that a resident on Sydenham 4 at Providence Manor tested

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Providence Care announces end of COVID-19 quarantines and outbreaks

All Providence Care COVID-19-related quarantines and outbreaks have officially come to an end with no additional spread. Providence Care announced on Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2020 that no further staff, patient, client or resident has tested positive for the virus since two Providence Care Hospital staff members tested positive at the

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KFL&A Public Health confirms COVID-19 outbreak at long-term care facility in region

A long-term care facility within the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) region is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak, KFL&A Public Health confirmed on Wednesday, Apr. 1, 2020. According to Cathy Szabo, President and CEO of Providence Care, a staff member at Providence Manor tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday,

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Kingston Ice Wolves warm hearts at Providence Manor

There was singing, giving, and a lot of smiling today at Providence Manor, as members of the Kingston Girls Ice Wolves Atom AA hockey time arrived at the long-term care home with some holiday cheer. The young female hockey players entered Providence Manor with over 100 handmade Christmas Cards that

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BMO Financial Group pledges $1 Million to Kingston health care

The University Hospitals Kingston Foundation (UHKF) celebrated this morning, as the BMO Financial Group pledged $1 million over 10 years to redevelopment projects at Kingston General Hospital and Providence Care’s Providence Manor. “Having modern facilities that are state-of-the-art, with the appropriate amount of space for today’s technologies and future developments

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Here in Kingston at 115 Ordnance Street

History takes many shapes in the city of Kingston, from historic homes and famous meetings, to the people who have walked the streets of our fair community. Here in Kingston at 115 Ordnance Street, surround by the prayers and worship of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Vincent de Paul,

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Knights of Columbus raise $14k towards Providence Village project

More than 100 golfers headed to Camden Braes Golf and Country Club for the seventh annual Knights of Columbus Charity Golf Tournament hosted by the St. Paul the Apostle Council 9652 on Monday, Jun. 15, 2019. The event raised $14,000 as part of the Knights of Columbus Diocesan Association’s $100,000

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Knights of Columbus make $300k in donations to area churches and Providence Manor

When it comes to supporting local organizations, sometimes that means one organization supporting another. On Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, several local organizations received generous donations that will help support their connection and service to the Kingston community – and all the funds came from just one local support organization. A

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