High praise for Glacier View Lodge from Accreditation Canada

Glacier View Lodge has just completed a review of its services through Accreditation Canada.

“We are pleased to announce that we received the top level of award, ‘Accredited with Exemplary Standing,’ ” said GVL board chair James Taylor, in a press release.

Of the designation, Accreditation Canada noted: “This is a milestone to be celebrated, and we congratulate you and your team for your commitment to providing safe, high quality health services. We extend our congratulations on this outstanding achievement.”

“Great credit to the staff for their excellent work here,” added Taylor.

Glacier View Lodge has also appointed a new executive director: Wanda McMillan.

“She has many years of experience in seniors’ care and will be a great asset as we move forward. Our plans include a possible addition of beds to our current facility,” said Taylor. “Thank you to the citizens of the Comox Valley for your loyal support.”

For more information, visit www.glacierviewlodge.ca/

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