Kentwood Park is located within walking distance of downtown Picton and the Bay of Quinte. Our single-level home is designed for residents’ comfort and boasts a warm family atmosphere. Residents enjoy watching neighbourhood children in the playground across the street.
- Attractively decorated, single level home
- Accredited by Accreditation Canada
- 45 beds (private, semi-private and basic)
- Committed to staff education
- Located within minutes of the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital in Picton.
- Supportive Measures Specialist offering on-going support to staff and residents concerning the individualized care of residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.
- Individualized care of residents with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
- Garden and patio area
- Active social and recreation program
- Physiotherapy services
- Resident Council
Residents are encouraged to take part in the life of Picton and we invite local people to become involved in our home. Our outings include picnics, Thousand Islands boat cruises, camping swimming and country drives. Our dedicated volunteers add much to the good times we have at summer barbecues, birthday parties, musical programs, holiday dinners and celebrations. Children, local entertainers and clergy visit us regularly.
Visit Kentwood Park
You are welcome to join us for a tour of our home. To find out more about our home or to book a tour please contact:
E-mail: [email protected]
2 Ontario Street
P. O. Box 1298
Picton, ON K0K 2T0
Telephone: (613) 476-5671
Facsimile: (613) 476-3986
Kentwood Park Contact ListKentwood Park - (613) 476-5671
2 Ontario St.
Picton, Ontario K0K 2T0
|Melanie Rudd||ADMINISTRATOR / IPAC LEAD||[email protected]
|Kelly Lumley||DIRECTOR OF CARE / IPAC LEAD||[email protected]
|Lynda Mitchell||OFFICE MANAGER||[email protected]
|Aimee Hainle||DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS ||[email protected]
Kentwood Park residents enjoy their first barbecue in two years
Kentwood Park residents were treated to their first barbecue since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020, and the event proved to be a big hit with residents of the Picton, Ont. long-term care home, says administrator Melanie Rudd.