Complex Continuing Care
Complex Continuing Care is a higher level of care than what is provided by Long-Term Care Centres and other nursing facilities. Generally, residents require 24-hour nursing care and access to complex medical and diagnostic services not offered elsewhere. Residents may have physical, cognitive or behavioural conditions that limit their ability to live independently in the community.
Usually 60 or older.
NOTE: Patients with wandering behaviour are not eligible.
Open catchment area.
Complex continuing care
Jewish, Principles of Judiasm guide daily operations while service is provided to clients of all backgrounds.
Clients charged a daily Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care mandated fee. Subsidies available to qualified applicants
The Complex Continuing Care Program of Baycrest Hospital provides care for patients, 60 years and over, with complex medical conditions in a non-acute hospital setting.
Program & Services:
Our program provides assessment, treatment and management for patients with multiple chronic complex medical conditions and diagnosis. Our interdisciplinary teams manage patients with tracheostomies, ileostomies, enteral feeding, IV, PICC Lines, and advanced wounds. At Baycrest CCC we provide pain and symptom management and provision of end of life care.
Approach to Care:
Our approach to care includes providing patients quality of life within the scope of the patients condition. We provide an interprofessional approach to meeting physical, emotional, social and spiritual well-being, and offer a holistic and team approach to end of life care for terminal medical conditions. The Complex Continuing Care Program helps patients and their families identify strategies that support client centered and quality-of-life goals. Although the Hospital is non-sectarian, the principles of Judaism guide Baycrest in daily operations while serving clients of all backgrounds. Baycrest is a Kosher facility.