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Simcoe Village Campus FAQ



​​​What is the County of Simcoe's involvement with the Simcoe Village Campus redevelopment​?

  • The County operates four long term care and seniors services facilities and provides additional regional programs to older adults. Simcoe Manor is the oldest of these facilities, originally constructed in 1898. The home has undergone three subsequent developments with the most recent occuring in 1992. As a proven operator, the County is Accredited with Exemplary Standing by Accreditation Canada (2016).
  • In April 2020, the County agreed to purchase a 20.6-acre property adjacent to the existing Simcoe Manor and Village facility to establish close to 30 acres for this future redevelopment and expansion, which will allow the facility to stay in Beeton and serve the southern part of the County.​

​Does the County have any experience building a long-term care home, residence, and community of this size?

  • The redeveloped Simcoe Manor will replicate the award-winning Georgian Village campus model, which received the AMO - PJ Marshall Innovation Award (2014) and OANHSS - Innovation and Excellence Award (2017).

What makes this Campus so important for our area?

  • This Campus will provide regional behavioural support and telemedicine coordination to all 29 long term care facilities in our area along with support for over 1,300 seniors through the operation of four seniors services locations

Will this create any new jobs?

  • Estimated net new jobs to be 57, not including construction jobs and other local economic impacts (Simcoe Manor and Village currently employs 220 people).

When will people start moving in to the Simcoe Village Campus?

  • The preliminary timeline is to receive occupancy in mid 2025 (subject to change)​

​​Where can I inquire for more information?

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