Visitor and Family Information

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Visitor and Family Information

Welcome

St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre’s team welcomes you and your family.

We are committed to meeting the needs of our patients and families both in the compassionate care we provide and in the information we make available.
Information provided in this section of our website is provided in an effort to help answer your questions.

Visiting Hours

clockVisiting hours are from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days per week.

All families and visitors are asked to be respectful of these hours as our patients may retire early and the noise levels affect their daily rest.
We ask that visitors also be respectful of therapy times and schedules.

Scent Free

Scent_Free_ENGLISH-croppedSt. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre is a scent-free environment.

The purpose of this policy is to promote a healthier and more comfortable environment by eliminating the impact of scents and fragrances on individuals negatively affected by these. Patients, families and visitors should do their best to refrain from using perfumes and other scented products.

Smoke Free

smoke_freeSmoking is not allowed in the facility.

As a healthcare facility, St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre (SJCCC) has an important role to play in promoting health and wellness in our community. We value a healthy and safe environment for our patients, visitors and all who work at SJCCC.

The Smoke Free Ontario Act, 2016, Ontario Regulation 48/06, and the City of Greater Sudbury By-law #2002-300 prohibit smoking tobacco in all enclosed workplaces and enclosed public places, as well as other designated places in Ontario, to protect workers and the public from the hazards of second-hand smoke.

Any individual found smoking, including e-cigarettes, on SJCCC property (includes the building, exterior grounds, parking lots, as well as inside cars) will be reminded of SJCCC’s smoking policy and will be asked to extinguish their product immediately. Greater Sudbury by-law officers could also fine any person found in contravention of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act as part of their ongoing enforcement of the Act. Fines can be up to $1000 for a first offence.

Parking

Free-ParkingWe are very fortunate to be able to offer free parking to our visitors.

No parking is allowed on FIRE ROUTES (FIRE sign and hydrants). This will be strictly enforced by Maintenance Services. Please refrain from parking in front of the garbage bins.
St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre assumes no responsibility for damage or theft from any vehicle parked on its properties. It is recommended that vehicles be kept locked at all times.