Long-Term Care - George Pearson Centre

Long-term care provides professional nursing services around the clock to people who are no longer able to stay at home safely. Learn more about long-term care, including how to apply and site tours.

Built in 1952, George Pearson Centre is located in a 7.7 hectare park-like setting. Resident amenities are ground floor, with the exception of the Stan Strong pool, which has an elevator to access.

George Pearson Centre is a long-term care home for 120 adults with severe disabilities. The people who live here require specialized assistance as a result of disability, such as multiple sclerosis, spinal cord and traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, or a variety of other conditions.

For details about the type of accommodation available, amenities, recreational opportunities, costs, safety features, pet policies and more, use the left-hand menu.

To find out more about George Pearson Centre, visit our website and take our virtual tour.

George Pearson Centre

700 West 57th Avenue
Vancouver, BC
V6P 1S1
Phone: (604) 321-3231
Fax: (604) 321-7833

Hours of operation

This care home provides 24-hour nursing care.

Visiting hours are Monday - Friday, from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.



Parking & transportation

This site can be accessed by public transit on Oak Street or Cambie Street. Free parking is available at 780 West 57th Avenue.


Read theGeorge Pearson Centre Resident & Family Handbook

Visit our long-term care section to learn more about our services.

Want to give feedback? Find out how on our Compliments & complaints page.

We conduct regular inspections of long-term care homes. Learn more and search our reports on the long-trem care inspection reports page.