The Simkin Centre Quality Improvement Plan


The Board Quality Care Committee ensures that quality improvement is an integral component of The Centre’s governance and management process.  They monitor and report to the Board on measurable quality indicators making use of appropriate data: including critical incident reports, occurrence reports, complaints, quality indicators and any Leadership and Medical Advisory Committees’ recommendations related to systemic or recurring quality issues.

Below is their latest Quality Improvement Targets and Initiatives Report.

Quality Improvement Targets and Initiatives – April 2018


Resident Care

The Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre is pleased to provide the third phase of our quality improvement initiative. We remain committed to our journey towards excellence in the care of the elderly. The focus of this phase is on building strong teams and developing staff to become effective leaders. We anticipate that the combined efforts of this initiative will positively impact the care and services we provide to both our residents and their families.

Resident Care Team Teams and Initiatives – June 2018


Manitoba Health Standards 2018

The Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre underwent its bi-annual Manitoba Health Standards Review in May 2018.  We would like to share the report from that review. The Centre passed all 12 standards upon which it was evaluated.

The Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre – Standards Review Report – June 2018