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Campus Updates

New Unionville Home Society’s top priority is the health and safety of all who work, live and visit on our campus of care.

Following direction from the Ministry of Long Term Care and Public Health,  we continue with enhanced precautions to ensure that anyone who screens positive, who may have been in contact with someone who has tested positive or who are experiencing any symptoms should not enter the Home.


Union Villa LTC remains in suspect outbreak in Union Mills. Thankfully we have no resident cases.  We will update the website if anything changes as we work closely with Public Health.


As you have likely heard, York Region remains in the “Red Control” zone as designated by the province.  We have received a communique from the Ministry of Long Term Care stating that all staff, volunteers and visitors to long term care homes in the Orange, Red and Lockdown zones must provide proof of a negative COVID test, within the past week, prior to coming into the home. This comes into effect on Monday, November 23, 2020 and notice of this has been sent out to all designated caregivers registered with Union Villa.

Virtual visits may still be booked,

The Adult Day Program is still closed for in-person programming but providing virtual activities to its clients and the Unionville Community Centre for Seniors has re-opened to provided modified in-person and virtual programs..



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Connecting Care
Ontario Health Teams Update

September 21, 2020 - Unionville Home Society is a proud member of the Eastern York Region North Durham (EYRND) Ontario Health Team (OHT). We’ve joined with strategic partners across multiple sectors – including primary care, acute care and community care – to develop an integrated health system that connects care for clients, families and caregivers across Eastern York Region and North Durham communities.

For more information, visit the EYRND OHT website,  Click HERE to access .



Campus Construction Notices

There are currently no construction updates.