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     The Discovery Health Care Foundation supports four centers in our region. 


     The Dr. G.B. Cross Memorial Hospital, Clarenville


          Contact Information:
          General Inquiries:  (709) 466-3411

          Emergency:  (709) 466-5555
          67 Manitoba Drive
          Clarenville, NL  A5A 1K3
 
     Services:
          Blood Collection             
          Lab Services
          CT Scanner

          Ultrasound

          Mammography

          Phototherapy

          Chemotherapy
          X-ray
          2 Operating Rooms

          Emergency Room

          ICU/CCU

          Ophthalmology
          Outpatient Clinics
          
Inpatient Services

          Gynecology / Obstetrics / Nursery

          Paediatrics

          Pharmacy

          Physiotherapy

          Psychiatry

          Cardiology

          Endoscopic Unit

          Diabetic Education

          Speech Pathology

    
Visiting:
          Visiting hours are from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. unless specified by single units.
         

     Room Accommodations:
          48 beds (57 including the basinets): private, semi-private and wards (4 beds per room)

              includes 2 Palliative Care Beds & 2 Family Rooms

     Amenities:

     Cafeteria open from:
          Monday to Friday
          9:30 - 10:45 a.m.
          12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
          Saturday - Closed
          Sunday - Closed

          Gift shop
          ATM


      

     Dr. Albert O'Mahony Memorial Manor, Clarenville


     Contact Information:
          (709) 466-6874
          67 Manitoba Drive
          Clarenville, NL, A5A 1K3

     Level of Care:
          Level III and Level IV Residents
 
     Number of Beds:
          43 permanent residents 
          1 respite bed

     Visiting Hours:

          From 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.


     Parking:
          Free parking on site


     History:

          Dr. Albert O’Mahony Memorial Manor, a long term care facility, opened in April 2009 and is operated by Eastern

          Health. The home has three wings with 14 – 15 private or shared rooms. Washrooms are private or shared by

          two rooms. Each wing has its own sitting room with fridge, sink and microwave and a tub room. In addition to

          the main dining room, The Harvest and Gathering area and the Great Room, there is a small family kitchenette

          available for private family celebrations.


     Bonavista Peninsula Health Care Center, Bonavista


     Contact Information:
          
General Inquiries - (709) 468-7881
          Emergency - (709) 468-7881

          20-24 Hospital Road, P.O. Box 1

          Bonavista, NL A0C 1B0
 
     
Services:
          Blood Collection
          Lab Services
          Diagnostic Imaging
          Radiography (w-Ray)
          Out Patient Clinics
          Emergency Services (ER)
          Inpatients Services

     Visiting:
          11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 
          Two people at a time. 
          Children must be accompanied by an adult.

     Room Accommodations:
          10 inpatient beds: 
               4 single rooms
               3 double rooms.     


     Cafeteria:
          No, but there are vending machines in main waiting area

     Phone/TV rentals:
          Almost all our rooms on the inpatient ward are equipped with TVs at no cost to the patient
          Phone in every room at no cost to the patient


     Parking:
          Free parking is available on site.



    

    Golden Heights Manor, Bonavista


     Contact Information:
          Golden Heights Manor - (709) 468-2043
          27-43 Campbell Street,
          Bonavista, NL, A0B 1B0  

     Level of Care/ Cottages:
          Level 3 care with 20 cottages
 
     Number of Beds:
          70 beds (which includes one respite bed)
 
     Visiting Hours:
          From 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.


     Parking:
          Free parking is available on site.
 
    History:
          Golden Heights Manor was officially opened in September 1977. At that time, we were a board-operated 47-bed

          facility that cared for mainly ambulatory and some Level 3 residents. In 1986, Bonavista Hospital and Golden

          Heights Manor were amalgamated under one board. The waitlist for long-term care admission remained extensive

          to the point when, in 1989, the Manor was extended and the number of beds increased to 65, which also included

          a respite bed, of great benefit to the community. In 1996, the health boards at Clarenville, Burin and Bonavista

          amalgamated to form the Peninsulas Health Care Complex, which became part of Eastern Health in 2006. Our

          resident capacity also increased to 70 with the addition of five more beds.

          Over the years, there have been a great many changes and improvements. We are now a total care facility, all

          our residents being Level 3. Bonavista Hospital physicians have consistently provided weekly medical clinics at

          the Manor, and in addition to these clinics, two Nurse Practitioners also visit weekly now to provide continuity

          of care. For the enjoyment of residents, weekly Sunday Services are provided by a schedule of rotating

          denominations, and monthly birthday parties encourage family participation.


     We also support the Dialysis Units & Protective Care Residences in Clarenville &

     Bonavista