Community Care Facilities and Nursing Homes Board

The primary objectives of the Community Care Facilities and Nursing Homes Board are to ensure the provision in facilities of accommodation, care services and nursing services that are safe, of good quality and appropriate to the needs of the residents.

What is the function of the board?

To license facilities; To advise on standards for facilities and the care and services provided in them; To monitor the operations of facilities and ensure adherence to prescribed standards; To provide guidance on matters of assessment and placement; To provide guidance with respect to levels of charges.

Primary Role:  Non-adjudicative

Material Role:

  • Strategic Development 
  • Advisory 
  • Managerial/Oversight 

How many people are on the board?

Seven members appointed by the Minister:

  • (a) one shall be an operator of, or a person directly engaged in the operation of, a facility who is nominated by the Association of Licensed Community Care Facilities;
  • (b) one shall be an operator of, or a person directly engaged in the operation of, a facility who is nominated by the Nursing Home Association of Prince Edward Island;
  • (c) two shall be appointed by the Minister from among the employees of the Department;
  • (d) one shall be a member of the public at large, nominated jointly by the organizations referred to in clauses (a) and (b);
  • (e) one shall be a member of the public at large, nominated by such organization as the Minister may consider to be representative of the province's senior citizens;
  • (f) one other shall be designated by the Minister to be the chairman.

What are the requirements of board members?

Formal Qualifications
Dependent on the position sought.

Work & Experience Requirements
Dependent on the position sought.

Skills Required
Advisory, Strategic Development and Managerial/Oversight skills.

What are the nomination requirements?

Statutory Nomination Requirements
Regarding the nomination of Public representatives:

  • (a) one shall be a member of the public at large, nominated jointly by the Association of Licensed Community Care Facilities and the Nursing Home Association of PEI;
  • (b) one shall be a member of the public at large, nominated by such organization as the Minister may consider to be representative of the province's senior citizens;

Will I get paid?

Chair - $161/diem and Members - $109/diem.

What is the time commitment of the board?

Monthly meetings (1/2 to 1 day each, plus advance review of materials). Special meetings as required.

Appointments shall be for a maximum of three years and shall be so adjusted as to maintain a staggered turnover of terms.

Community Care Facilities and Nursing Homes Board - Members
Name Represent County Term Start Term End

Mary Ann McMahon

Public Queens County Sep 8, 2020 Sep 8, 2023

William Caw, representing general public

Public Queens County Sep 8, 2020 Sep 8, 2023
Cynthia Bryanton Healthcare/Nursing Queens County Sep 8, 2020 Sep 8, 2023
Margaret Magner Public Prince County Sep 8, 2020 Sep 8, 2023

Glenna Bakker

Public Queens County Aug 20, 2019 Aug 20, 2021

John Martin

Public Prince County Jan. 31, 2019 Jan 31, 2022

Catherine Freeze

Dept. of Health and Wellness Queens County Sep 8, 2020 Sep 8, 2023

Stacey Burns MacKinnon

Dept. of Health and Wellness Queens County Jan 31, 2019 Jan 31, 2022
Faye Kingdon Public Queens County Aug 20, 2019 Aug 20, 2021

How can I apply?        

If you would like to serve as a member of a provincial government agency, board, or commission (ABC) you can apply online through Engage PEI

Who can I contact?

Community Care Facilities / Private Nursing Homes Consultant
902-​368-6152

 

Published date: 
September 21, 2020
Executive Council Office

General Inquiries

Executive Council Office
5th Floor, Shaw Building
95 Rochford Street
P.O. Box 2000,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8

General Inquiries:
Phone: 902-368-4502
Fax: 902-368-6118

DeptECO@gov.pe.ca

Learning Partners Advisory Council Inquiries:
LPAC@gov.pe.ca 

Engage PEI Inquiries: 
engagepei@gov.pe.ca 

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