Biggest retirement homes and senior care centres in B.C. in 2016

Ranked by total number of living spaces

Published on November 29, 2016. Sources: Interviews with organizations below and BIV research. Others may have ranked but did not respond to information requests by deadline.

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Rank '16FootnotesRetirement home/care centreGeneral manager/top executiveYear facility openedNo. of independent living roomsNo. of assisted living roomsNo. long-term/residential care bedsTotal capacity '16
1 Retirement home: Includes Pavilion, Terrace East, Terrace West, Primrose Gardens, Menno Hospital and Menno Home Menno Place
32945 Marshall Rd
Abbotsford, British Columbia V2S 1K1
Phone: 604-851-4004
Karen Baillie 1954 700
2 No. assisted and independent living rooms: Also operates 119 residential care rooms Elim Village
9025 160 St
Surrey, British Columbia V4N 2X7
Phone: 604-582-5579
Ron Pike 2001 250 109 118 477
3 No. assisted and independent living rooms: Does not include 150 residential care rooms Nanaimo Seniors Village
6089 Uplands Dr
Nanaimo, British Columbia V9V 1W1
Phone: 250-729-9524
Denise Pratt 2001 56 152 150 358
4 Year facility opened: Casa Loma open circa 1992 Comox Valley Seniors Village
4640 Headquarters Rd
Courtenay, British Columbia V9N 7J3
Phone: 250-331-1183
Perry Schmunk 2009 20 192 136 348
5 George Derby Centre
7550 Cumberland St
Burnaby, British Columbia V3N 3X5
Phone: 604-521-2676
Ricky Kwan 1988 300

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