The Personal Care Home of Choice for Winnipeg’s Jewish Community

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Above all else, that’s what The Saul & Claribel Simkin Centre is—a home. It’s a sparkling, 200-bed facility in south Winnipeg where people who can no longer live independently come to live their remaining years in dignity and with professional care, in a robust and friendly social environment steeped in Yiddishkeit.

Read more about the Centre >The Saul & Claribel Simkin Centre is a not-for-profit, government-funded facility that honours Jewish values and traditions while welcoming seniors of all backgrounds.

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RN – Registered Nurse – Staff Nurse

JOB SUMMARY: Assumes responsibility for coordinating/planning resident care on their designated units on an ongoing regular basis. Directs all levels of nursing staff on the designated shift by ensuring that optimal quality of care is provided to all residents. Fosters the client-focused multi-disciplinary team approach to resident care. Practices within the CRNM standards of nursing […]

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Scholarships to provide care for caregivers

From Saturday’s Globe and Mail. The donors: Sheila and David Brodovsky and Maurice Tauber The gift: Raising $70,000 and climbing The cause: Scholarships for staff at Winnipeg’s Simkin Centre When David Brodovsky was growing up in Winnipeg in the 1930s, his family faced sudden hardship when his father died. “My father died when I was an infant, leaving […]

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Flu Clinic Opens at the Simkin Centre

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