Max Rady College of Medicine
Concept: Personal Care Home (PCH) Bed Counts
Last Updated: 2001-09-12
The numbers presented in the linked table below
LTC Bed Counts (1985-86 to 1998-99)
identify the number of Personal Care Home (PCH) beds found in Manitoba, for 1985/86 to 1989/99. The numbers are broken down by RHA, including the number of LTC beds, the total number of beds, the rate of beds per 1000, and the total population for the RHA. Federal PCHs have not been included in this list. The numbers represent the number of beds at the end of the fiscal year (March 31). Populations are based on the December snap shot of the Manitoba Health registry. The source of the bed numbers is the Manitoba Health Annuals Statistics 1985/86 to 1998/99. Years prior to the formation of the Regional Health Authorities (1996) the number of beds are based on the location of the PCH within an area that was to become an RHA.
Note: Current and historical bed counts can be obtained from the links below: Hospital / LTC Bed Counts (internal access only) or LTC Bed Counts (1985-86 to 1998-99) .
- Manitoba Health. Manitoba Health Annual Statistics 1985/86-1998/99.
- Bed Supply / Bed Map
- Hospital and Long Term Care Facility Table Data
- Personal Care Home (PCH) Bed Supply
- Personal Care Home (PCH) Beds
- Personal Care Home (PCH) Use
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
Community Health Sciences, Max Rady College of Medicine,
Rady Faculty of Health Sciences,
Room 408-727 McDermot Ave.
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3E 3P5 Canada