Chapman House Hospice gets a financial boost from Bruce Power
by Sandy Lindsay

May 15, 2016


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(L-R) Paul Walker, Scott Lovell ( Hospice Executive Director), James Scongack (Vice President Corporate Affairs Bruce Power) and Christine John ( Bruce Power Investment Fund Mgr.)

Construction has begun

The Owen Sound Regional Hospice received a boost in funding on Thursday, May 12th from Bruce Power in the amount of $75,000.

The nuclear power company has been a consistently generous supporter of health care and, in particular, for 'close-to-home' projects such as, the Regional Hospice Centre now under construction in Owen Sound, Saugeen Memorial Hospital expansion in Southampton, Kincardine Hospital and for doctor recruitment in the region.

The Hospice Centre in Owen Sound will serve the needs of Bruce and Grey Counties when it comes to hospice care.

The new facility will provide eight hospice rooms and will also accommodate family members.

Each room will open onto a 'garden' area that will enable beds to be rolled outside so that patients can enjoy the out-of-doors during warm weather.

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The facility is meant to provide a 'homey' atmosphere for both patients and their family members.

It is anticipated that construction will be completed early in 2017.

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