Announcing New Name For Partners Community Health Long-Term Care Homes On Speakman Drive

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MISSISSAUGA, On, March 29 – Today, Partners Community Health (PCH) announced the name of the two state-of-the-art, 632 bed long-term care (LTC) homes, being built at 2180 Speakman Drive in Mississauga as Wellbrook Place.

The long-term care homes, with plans to be part of a larger community hub for seniors, are to be built by Trillium Health Partners as part of the Ontario Government’s Accelerated Build Pilot Program, which aims to deliver new long-term care homes years sooner than traditional development projects through the use of hospital-owned land, rapid procurement and modular construction.

The process of naming these homes began in 2021 and represents an important milestone for the PCH team. In keeping with PCH’s commitment to partnership and deep community collaboration, the naming process involved several rounds of public consultation that included PCH residents, their families, staff, partner organizations, community members and other stakeholders. Diversity groups, including service providers in the region, were also consulted to ensure the new name is reflective of the organization’s values and the many populations it serves.

“The word ‘Well’ is synonymous with feeling good, living better and healthy outcomes–all of which are sentiments the new homes will work to promote and support people to achieve,” says Tess Romain, President, Partners Community Health. “Wellbrook Place, demonstrates that wellness is connected to a sense of environment and place, embodying PCH’s holistic approach to caring for the physical, social and spiritual wellbeing of residents and visitors. We’re proud of this approach, which is also captured in our innovative Philosophy of Care.”

“I am pleased to congratulate the PCH team on this significant milestone for Mississauga,” says Rudy Cuzzetto, MPP for Mississauga–Lakeshore. “Our government is committed to improving the health and well-being of seniors across Ontario, and a key part of that is the most ambitious long-term care building program in Canadian history. The opening of Wellbrook Place later this year will give 632 new residents a modern, safe, and comfortable place in our community to call home, near their family and friends.”

This announcement also coincides with the introduction of PCH’s newly refreshed visual identity.

Partners community health logo
New Partners Community Health logo with the name of the new homes (Wellbrook Place) included below.

PCH hosted a public competition to help finalize the brand development process, and decide on a new logo for the organization. Over 100 participants took part in this contest and helped define the look and feel of PCH.

“We’re thrilled that we had such high levels of engagement from our community in helping to shape the culture and image of PCH,” said Tess. “We look forward to creating many more opportunities for the public to have their voices heard in shaping the future of our organization.”

The chosen logo depicts a ‘brook’ or a ‘path’ that runs through the bottom of the ‘H’, portraying a sense of place, and connecting the mark to the natural surroundings of where PCH and Wellbrook Place are designed to be part of the greater community.

As next steps, the PCH team will be working to update our brand collateral. The new logo will be rolled out next week.

Media Contact:

Shaun Dias
Director, Communications and Engagement
(416) 624 – 4831
Shaun.Dias@partnerscommunityhealth.ca

Christopher Trotman
Senior Communications Advisor
(647) 502 – 9165
Christopher.Trotman@partnerscommunityhealth.ca 

 

About Wellbrook Place

Wellbrook Place is two new state-of-the-art long-term care (LTC) homes, and plans to be part of a larger community hub for seniors at 2180 Speakman Drive in Mississauga. Built by Trillium Health Partners and operated by Partners Community Health (PCH), the new homes will have a combined 632-beds and be part of PCH’s larger strategy that will introduce innovative and inclusive programs and services and new models of care delivery.

Supported by a team of dedicated professionals, Wellbrook Place is built to meet the latest standards for LTC home design and safety, including private bedrooms; appropriately sized lounge and dining areas; outdoor terraces and spaces; and, enhancements to HVAC including capability for 100 per cent fresh air supply.


About Partners Community Health

Partners Community Health (PCH) is a new not-for-profit, independently governed, charitable organization, focused on bringing healthcare services together around the needs of people living in Mississauga and West Toronto. PCH currently operates Camilla Care, a 236-bed LTC home and will soon be operating Wellbrook Place, the two new state-of-the-art LTC homes and community hub in West Mississauga. True to our name, PCH is dedicated to working with community partners to deliver an integrated system of care that puts people first and is a proud member of the Mississauga Ontario Health Team.

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