Medical mask policy in effect during respiratory illness season
For essential winter health tips and guidance on where to get medical assistance, please visit Vancouver Coastal Health's winter care page. During the respiratory illness season, a medical mask policy is in effect for all patient care areas in hospitals, long-term care and community health-care sites and clinics.
Visitors: If you exhibit any symptoms of cold or flu, or feel unwell, refrain from entering these facilities. Visitors to long-term care and senior assisted living facilities must wear medical masks in common areas.
Your cooperation is vital in maintaining the health of our patients, residents and staff.
About this location
St. Vincent's: Honoria Conway-Heather is an assisted living home designed for those who are capable of making their own decisions but require assistance with daily living activities. Residents contribute 70% of their post-tax income, with a cap for those with higher incomes, ensuring the services are accessible and affordable.
The facility boasts 60 unfurnished one-bedroom suites, each about 550 square feet, including a bedroom, bathroom, living room, and a kitchenette. These spaces are adaptable for singles or couples, offering flexibility and comfort.
Our facility features communal areas with balconies, cozy fireplaces, and dining rooms where meals are prepared daily. The main floor offers a range of amenities including a lounge with TV/DVD and piano, a library, and a garden patio. Additional services such as hairdressing and podiatry are also available to residents.
We foster a community spirit where residents are encouraged to personalize their living spaces and actively engage with their neighbors. Our community is built on principles of inclusivity, holistic care, and diverse activities. It's a place where residents can enjoy a balanced life, connected with nature, the broader community, and enjoy a sense of belonging and recognition.
St. Vincent's: Honoria Conway-Heather visiting information
Visitors are welcome to be present at any time – Providence Health Care does not restrict visiting hours. For entry to the site, simply push the button associated to the tenant you wish to visit at the front entrance to be let in. Of course, you must follow a few guidelines:
- Sick people need rest. You can visit often, but please respect your loved ones wishes for privacy or rest.
- If you feel unwell, have an infection, flu-like or respiratory symptoms, or any sort of communicable disease, or have recently been in contact with anyone with these symptoms, we encourage you to stay at home until you’re well again.
- We may not have the space to accommodate a large number of family members, but we’ll try our best.
If you need more information – just ask so we can help create the best care experience overall.