Long Term Care in Hamilton, ON

Victoria Gardens is a privately-owned, 76-bed Long Term Care Home in the heart of Hamilton. It is a three-storey building built in 1995 and has been accredited for over 25 years.

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Accreditation Canada Designation

By participating in the accreditation process, we are evaluating our performance against national standards of excellence. Accreditation means that Victoria Gardens was assessed by its peers, met or exceeded national standards of excellence and continues to strive for quality worklife, safety in the workplace and high quality responsive healthcare.

From Accreditation Canada: “This is a milestone to be celebrated, and we congratulate you and your team for your commitment to providing safe, high quality health services.”

Our accreditation survey concluded in April 2022 in which we were awarded our Accreditation status.  Link to Executive Summary: Executive Summary


To provide resident driven care that nurtures the human spirit and body. Service is based on respect, honesty, integrity, trust and teamwork.


To be part of a responsive and integrated network of long term care centres providing a continuum of care in a safe and secure environment.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a resident of Victoria Gardens?

Long Term Care homes are licensed and regulated by the Ontario Ministry of Health. The long-term care home placement process includes a thorough assessment by a Care Coordinator from the Home & Community Care Support Services. All applications are processed through them. The Hamilton office can be reached at 905-523-8600.

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What are the monthly accommodation fees and what is included?

Long-term care accommodation costs are set by the Ministry of Long-Term Care and are standard in all long-term care homes across Ontario.


Monthly accommodation fees include medical and nursing care, 3 meals and 3 snacks per day, laundry and housekeeping services, and access to programs offered by the recreation department. Other non-insured services can be paid for separately eg. hair care, foot care, in-suite cable tv / phone, etc.

Are there rate subsidies available?

For individuals with lower incomes who may have difficulty affording Basic Accommodation in long term care, the government offers an accommodation cost subsidy. The subsidy is not available to people requesting Semi-Private or Private accommodation.

If you wish to apply for the subsidy, you will need to provide your most recent NOA from your prior income tax return. The Home will assist you with your application to the MOHLTC.

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