License Number: 53
Steve Piccott
(902) 687-3122
[email protected]
22 Washington St
Souris, PE
C0A 2B0

The building was the original Souris Hospital. Since 1990 Bayview has been operating as a Community Care facility with 32 beds and experienced caregivers.

Our community facilities are designed for people who no longer want to live on their own or who cannot live safely on their own. Most of our caregivers are working for Bayview Lodge for a long time, some of them for more than 10 years.

We are pleased to have caregivers who put our residents first and protect them like family. We respect their feelings and strive to ensure they are happy and comfortable. We spend time with them and build relationships. The residents can be independent when they want and receive timely help when they need it. That is the reason we are here.

Beautiful water view in front of building
Completely renovated rooms
Single rooms for privacy
24/7 safe supervision
Warm caregiving workers
Peaceful and quiet
New fresh common room
Welcomed neighbours
All amenities included

Daily snacks and refreshments
Daily activities & events with a full calendar of socials
Free personal hygiene care e.g. hair cutting
Hair Salon and Nail Spa
Friendly faces everywhere
Dining, cleaning, laundry and Dr. appointments management
Medication management
Respect, loyalty, trust

Community Life…
We are proud to have residents from all walks of life, ranging in age from 20 to 90 ~ the PiccottCare team works tirelessly to maintain one big happy family.

As soon as you walk into any one of our facilities you feel the love and happiness throughout. Whether it’s Hockey Night in Canada night, NASCAR Sunday, the Masters golf game or an afternoon with the Ponies ~ we all enjoy each others time together.

We respect everyone’s time to rest and play 100%.

All 4 facilities offer excellent home cooked meals prepared by PiccottCare signature chefs. Our food service staff work closely with dieticians to consider the nutritional needs of the residents when developing the menus. There are alternate choices available for those not liking the regular menu items. Residents enjoy three meals a day as well as two daily nourishing snacks.