Welcome to Health Quality Ontario’s long-term care public reporting website. This site provides information about long-term care quality in Ontario.
More than 76,000 people in Ontario live in long-term care homes, many of them with complex health conditions requiring specialized 24 hour care. To help residents stay as healthy and independent as possible, long-term care homes offer a wide range of care and services, including nursing care, medical treatment, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, special diets, and recreation therapy. They help residents live in dignity, security, safety and comfort.
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The quality of the long-term care sector is important to all Ontarians. Whether you are a long-term care home resident, a friend or family member of someone living in a home, a staff person or volunteer at a home or someone who is considering long-term care for yourself or a loved one, this site will provide you with unbiased information about the quality of Ontario’s long-term care system.
Health Quality Ontario (HQO) makes the data available on the public reporting sites for information purposes only. All data is received from external organizations, who may on occasion make adjustments to published data.
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