Hastings County operates two long-term care homes:
Both homes offer private, semi-private and basic rooms. Respite rooms are not currently available.
Our homes are owned and operated by the County of Hastings, in partnership with the Cities of Belleville and Quinte West.
The homes are governed by the Long-Term Care Committee which consists of:
- The Hastings County Warden
- Three elected officials from Hastings County Council
- Three elected officials from the City of Belleville
- Three elected officials from the City of Quinte West
WHAT WE STAND FOR:
Leading the way through continuous improvement in resident-centered care.
Our long-term care team works together to optimize quality of life in a diverse environment of compassion, safety, and comfort.
Honesty and Integrity
Hastings/Quinte Long-Term Care offers a variety of career opportunities! Check out the careers page for current openings.
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Hastings Centennial Manor has received an investment of $982,375 which has been funded by the Governments of Canada and Ontario. This funding will be put towards adding air conditioning components to the existing air handling units and building automation system so as to provide full temperature and humidity control to all areas of the home, including all private rooms. These investments will help provide care, comfort, and safety to residents.
Hastings Manor has received an investment of $100,000 which has been funded by the Governments of Canada and Ontario. This funding will be put towards the replacement of flooring in resident home areas throughout the home. These investments will help provide care, comfort, and safety to residents.