In May 2019, Trillium Health Partners opened a 30-bed unit at the fully renovated Reactivation Care Centre on Church Street in the former Humber River Hospital facility.
On July 17, the Government of Ontario announced that Trillium Health Partners was awarded an additional 40 beds in two additional inpatient units at the Reactivation Care Centre that are expected to open sometime this winter.
The centre provides patients from Trillium Health Partners and five other GTA area hospitals with care specifically designed for people who no longer require acute care but are not yet ready to return home or are waiting for long-term care.
Designed to help patients resume their normal routines and restore their independence, the Reactivation Care Centre provides the specialized care and support patients need, including occupational therapy, recreational therapy and physiotherapy, to improve their health outcomes and patient experience.
The quiet and peaceful Church Street venue has been completely renovated and repurposed. Each hospital operates its own standalone unit within a wing or floor of the building and employs its own nursing staff and therapists, among others. The initiative is making use of existing infrastructure to provide patients with safe, high quality care in the most suitable location. At the same time, it is addressing the challenge of hallway health care by improving access to services and reducing wait times in these hospitals’ acute care sites.
The Reactivation Care Centre is an excellent example of how THP is developing unique partnerships in the community to improve the quality and sustainability of care for patients
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