Golden Heights Manor is a long-term care facility for level 3 residents in the Bonavista area and offers a combination of 70 beds and several cottages.
Golden Heights Manor was officially opened in September 1977. At that time, we were a board-operated 47-bed facility that cared for mainly ambulatory and some Level 3 residents. In 1986, Bonavista Hospital and Golden Heights Manor were amalgamated under one board. The waitlist for long-term care admission remained extensive to the point when, in 1989, the Manor was extended and the number of beds increased to 65, which also included a respite bed, of great benefit to the community. In 1996, the health boards at Clarenville, Burin and Bonavista amalgamated to form the Peninsulas Health Care Complex, which became part of Eastern Health in 2006. Our resident capacity also increased to 70 with the addition of five more beds.Over the years, there have been a great many changes and improvements. We are now a total care facility,all our residents being Level 3. Bonavista Hospital physicians have consistently provided weekly medical clinics at the Manor, and in addition to these clinics, two Nurse Practitioners also visit weekly now to provide continuity of care. For the enjoyment of residents, weekly Sunday Services are provided by a schedule of rotating denominations, and monthly birthday parties encourage family participation
Visiting hours: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m
27-43 Campbell Street
Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador