About Spring Valley Care Centre

Spring Valley Care Centre, (formerly Windsor Manor), located in Kelowna, has a client-centred care philosophy and is committed to enriching the lives of seniors.

This facility has 150 beds. Eight semi-private rooms and 114 private rooms.  
 

This facility is not an IH site.
 

Where do I get more information about long-term care?
Learn about the services, costs and more.Visit the long-term care page of this site.
 
How do I access this service?
Please do not contact the facility directly. All of our facilities are accessed through a case manager.Learn more about accessing long-term care.
 
Where can I get more information about this facility?
Find out about the type of accommodation available, amenities, social and recreational opportunities, costs, safety and security features, pet policies and more.Visit the Spring Valley Care Centre facility page to learn more.

Available Services

49.8850724, -119.4162008

Available Amenities

tv
TVs Available
pets
Pets Allowed
barbershop
Barbershop/Salon
food-services
Food Services (ie: cafeteria, coffee shop)
cross
Chapel and/or Spiritual Services

Resources

There are no resources found for this location

Frequently Asked Questions

Wheel chair Accessible?

Yes

Hours of Operation?

This health centre is currently closed until further notice due to wildfire damage.

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