Through transitional care, Bruyère provides a bridge
for patients to make their way back to the community safely, whether that is
returning to their home or transitioning to long-term care.
Bruyère has 161 transitional care beds across three locations
- 41 transitional care beds across
our hospital campuses at Élisabeth Bruyère and
- 120 transitional care beds at
Greystone Village Retirement Home
Patients who transfer to Bruyère for transitional care do so for
a short period. An average length of stay in transitional care is 60 days.
These individuals are those who no longer need the acute care that
hospitals provide but still need specialized care in the community before
returning home or to long-term care.
Transitional Care at Greystone Village Retirement
As part of our regional response to COVID-19, Bruyère has a
short-stay transitional care unit at Greystone Village Retirement Home in
This temporary program is overseen by Bruyère and managed by
Integrated Care Solutions, a division of Bayshore HealthCare.
All admissions, screening requirements, and visitor
policies mirror those at Bruyère hospital campuses. For more
information, please see the latest from Bruyère on COVID-19.
For more information on transitional care at Greystone Village
Retirement Home, CLICK HERE.
If you are a loved one of a patient at Greystone Village Retirement
Home, please contact the facility at 613-787-8251.
If you are inquiring about admissions, please contact Bruyère