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Inspection reports - Residential care

We conduct regular inspections of licensed care facilities. An inspection report is provided to the facility after each inspection that outlines their compliance with the requirements of the Community Care and Assisted Living Act and the Residential Care Regulations. With the exception of child and youth residential care and community living homes, residential care facilities are required to post our most recent routine inspection report.
The routine and routine follow-up inspection reports are available on our website; see 'find inspection reports' below.

About residential care inspections

During inspections, licensing officers look for items typically divided into ten broad categories:

  1. Physical facility, equipment and furnishings
  2. Staffing
  3. Policies and procedures
  4. Care and/or supervision
  5. Nutrition and food services
  6. Medication
  7. Hygiene and communicable disease control
  8. Records and reporting
  9. Licensing administration
  10. Program
All contraventions identified during inspections are followed up by a VCH licensing officer to ensure ongoing compliance with the act and regulations.

Find residential care inspection reports

Our Inspection Reports website has been upgraded to better serve our community. 
For inspections dated from February 20, 2015 and on:
For inspections dated prior to February 20, 2015:

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