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222 Mountainview Road North
Georgetown, ON
L7G 4W1
Contact: Linda Lewis, Christoph Summer
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Privately owned and operated by the Summer family, Mountainview Care Wing is an intimate and specialized two floor care facility providing services for individual residents who can no longer live independently and require 24-hour nursing services. The Care Wing opened in Fall 2015 with each floor containing 12 private rooms. Residents who are experiencing mobility issues and are in wheelchairs receive care on our first floor. For those requiring a Supportive Memory Care environment, our secured Dementia Care Program is located on the second floor.

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