Residential Care - George Pearson Centre

Residential care provides professional nursing services around the clock to people who are no longer able to stay at home safely. Learn more about residential care.

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 residential 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.

How to access residential care

Calling the Home & Community Care Access Line (not the facility) is the first step if you or a family member wants to access our services. 

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George Pearson Centre

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

Hours of operation

This facility provides 24-hour nursing care.

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

Referral

Calling the Home & Community Care Access Line (not the facility) is the first step if you or a family member wants to access our services. 

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.

Eligibility

Visit the Eligibility page in our home and community care section to learn more.

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