Health Care

The following list outlines the Hospitals, Clinics and Long Term Retirement Facilities that service Perth East:


Stratford General Hospital
46 General Hospital Drive
Stratford, ON N5A 2Y6
Telephone: 519-272-8210

Listowel Memorial Hospital
255 Elizabeth Street East
Listowel, ON N4W 2P5
Telephone: 519-291-3120


Linwood Nurse Practitioner Office
3777 Manser Road 
Linwood, ON N0B 2A0
Telephone: 519-698-1122

Listowel Clinic
172 Elizabeth Street
Listowel, ON N4W 2P5
Telephone: 519-291-4200 

Milverton Medical Centre
50 William Street 
Milverton, ON N0K 1M0
Telephone: 519-595-8548

Mitchell Family Doctors
7 Frances Street East
Mitchell, ON N0K 1N0
Telephone: 519-348-8402

Tavistock Community Health Inc. (TCHI)
80 Maria Street, PO Box 319 
Tavistock, ON N0B 2R0
Telephone: 519-665-2322

Wellesley Township Community Health Centre
1180 Queen's Bush Road
Wellesley, ON N0B 2T0
Telephone: 519-656-9025

Woolwich Community Health Centre
10 Parkside Drive 
St. Jacobs, ON N0B 2N0
Telephone: 519-664-3794

Long Term Care/Retirement Facilities

Country Meadows Retirement Home
6124 Ana Street
Brunner, ON N0K 1C0
Telephone: 519-595-8903

Hillside Manor Long Term Care Home
Hwy 8 5066 Perth East Line 34 RR#5
Stratford, ON N5A 6S6
Telephone: 519-393-5132

Knollcrest Lodge Long Term Care Home
50 William Street
Milverton, ON N0K 1M0
Telephone: 519-595-8121

 Safety and Well-being Plan
On May 18th, 2021, the Township of Perth East Council formally adopted a Community Safety and Well-being (CSWB) Plan, which was developed in partnership with the City of Stratford, the Town of St. Marys, the Municipality of North Perth, the Municipality of West Perth, and the Township of Perth South.

The purpose of this plan is to:

  • To provide a roadmap for inclusive, connected, and coordinated safety and well-being planning
  • To ensure a proactive and integrated approach to addressing local crime and complex social issues on a sustainable basis
  • To identify key priorities for safety and well-being planning locally
  • To support and strengthen existing initiatives related to community safety and well-being
  • To address local service and systems gaps

The implementation of the CSWB Plan will be guided by a Partnership Council made up of local government, police services, health agencies, mental health and addictions agencies, education organizations, children and youth services, social services, and community and recreational services.

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