The Grand River Hospital District has been relying on its original voter-approved mill levy for the past 55 years. Having to pay a few more dollars a month to replace the outdated, undersized care center—and improve the hospital—deserves our support.

No one should have to seek
care far from home.

The Care Center's Challenges...

  • The E. Dene Moore Care Center, our community’s 50-year-old nursing home, has reached the end of its useful life.
  • The care center is plagued by obsolete plumbing, electrical, heating and cooling systems. 
  • The care center is also out of room. Four out of five patients are currently turned away from the care center due to a lack of space. That’s more than 200 patients each year. 
  • The care center must either be replaced or closed.
  • If we let the care center close, patients will need to seek care in communities far from home. This would be a hardship for both the patients and their family members. 
  • Closure of the care center would also result in the loss of 86 jobs. 
  • The existing care center is supported, in large part, by revenue from the hospital. Building a new care center that has twice as many beds, without also adding space at the hospital, is not feasible. 

The Hospital's Challenges...

  • Each year, hundreds of patients are also turned away from the hospital due to a lack of space.
  • With only 12 beds, on any particular day, patients at Grand River Health have a 50-50 chance of being transferred to another hospital for services requiring an overnight stay.

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