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Long Term Care Home Wait Times for Sault Ste Marie

​​​​​​​Quick Facts in Sault Ste Marie for december 2017

  • There are 1033 Long-Term Care Home (LTCH) beds
  • On average, 32 people moved into a LTCH this month
  • 63% of people moved into their first choice on the initial bed offer
  • 45 person was placed in a LTCH awaiting their first choice
  • There are 622 people waiting for initial LTCH placement
  • 667 people are on the LTCH placement waitlist

Average LTCH Availability (as of december 2017​)

Note: These figures represent average wait times in each category, based on the total number of people waiting for long-term care in Sault Ste Marie in the month of August. These wait times will vary depending on accommodation availability, and the gender and placement category of the person waiting for long-term care. Individual patients may select up to 5 LTCHs and would be reflected on more than one waitlist.

A printable handout is available here.​​​​​​​

For more information on the individual Long Term Care Homes please visit, northeasthealthline.ca

Algoma Manor

​Licensed Beds95
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds24
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic beds303
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds1
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private beds278
​Number of patients waiting for private beds1
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds136
​Average number of beds that become available every month ​1
​Total number of patients waiting26

Extendicare Mapleview

​Licensed Beds256
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds451
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic beds​N/A
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds​0
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private bedsN/A
​Number of patients waiting for private beds3
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private bedsN/A
​Average number of beds that become available every month 7
​Total number of patients waiting454

Extendicare Van Daele

​Licensed Beds86
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds195
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic beds406
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds2
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private beds456
​Number of patients waiting for private beds4
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds90
​Average number of beds that become available every month 2
​Total number of patients waiting201

F.J. DAvey Home

​Licensed Beds374
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds404
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic beds457
Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds10
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private beds749
​Number of patients waiting for private beds2
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds190
​Average number of beds that become available every month 10
​Total number of patients waiting409

Golden Birches

​Licensed Beds32
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds38
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic beds1428
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds5
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private beds793
​Number of patients waiting for private beds5
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds377
​Average number of beds that become available every month ​1
​Total number of patients waiting​45

Hornepayne Community Hospital

​Licensed Beds12
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds5
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic bedsN/A
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds​1
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private beds528
​Number of patients waiting for private beds​1
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds488
​Average number of beds that become available every month ​0
​Total number of patients waiting5

lady dunn Health Centre

​Licensed Beds16
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds21
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic beds732
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds​0
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private bedsN/A
​Number of patients waiting for private beds​0
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds​N/A
​Average number of beds that become available every month 1
​Total number of patients waiting21

Mauno Kaihla Koti

​Licensed Beds60
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds316
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic bedsN/A
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds13
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private beds873
​Number of patients waiting for private beds11
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds2561
​Average number of beds that become available every month ​1
​Total number of patients waiting326

St. Joseph's Manor

​Licensed Beds64
​​Number of patients waiting for basic beds37
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in basic beds901
​Number of patients waiting for semi-private beds2
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in semi-private beds20
​Number of patients waiting for private beds2
​Number of days 9 out of 10 people were placed in private beds755
​Average number of beds that become available every month 1
​Total number of patients waiting39

Placement Categories

Depending on your needs, you will be placed in one of the following categories:  

Category 1​People who need immediate admission to long-term care and cannot have their needs met at home, or who are in hospital, when hospital is in crisis. People in a LTCH that is closing within 12 weeks.
​​Category 2People who need to be reunified with their spouses/partners who are currently residing in a long-term care home, and who meet eligibility requirements (including care needs.)
​​Category 3​People waiting for a Long-Term Care Home serving those of a particular religion, ethnic origin or culture.
​​Category 4A​People who have high care needs, but can still be supported at home until a bed becomes available. People in hospital waiting for long-term care. People in a LTCH seeking transfer to their first choice.
​Category 4B​People with care needs who are currently managing at home with supports, but may need a long-term care home in the future. Wait times for clients in this category are much longer.
​VeteranPeople who are veterans and are applying to be placed into a Long-Term Care Home that contains Veteran Priority Access Beds.