About Providence Healthcare

At Providence Healthcare, we provide leadership within the healthcare system by helping people access and receive the care they need in the most effective way possible. Providence Hospital offers inpatient and outpatient programs to over 5,000 individuals each year, with a focus on rehabilitation for stroke and neurological conditions; hip fractures; lower limb amputations; and geriatric conditions associated with aging. Our community programs include the Adult Day Program for clients with mild to severe dementia; education; and caregiver support through the Scotiabank Learning Centre. The Cardinal Ambrozic Houses of Providence provides quality long-term care to 288 residents. Providence’s Catholic legacy of compassion and innovation dates back to 1857 when the Sisters of St. Joseph founded the original House of Providence as a refuge for the sick, the poor, the elderly and homeless.