Woodingford Lodge is an Oxford County owned and operated, not-for-profit, long-term care facility providing personal and health care services to residents.  


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Volunteer at Woodingford!

Are you looking for a way to make a difference in your community while fostering personal connections with people? Become a volunteer at Woodingford Lodge!

Woodingford Lodge is looking for volunteers who are interested in helping with activities, supporting services at the home, or using their special skills and talents to develop new programs. Volunteer opportunities include everything from visits, café help, front lobby support and help at mealtimes, to supporting recreation events, spiritual programs, palliative care, gardening, pet therapy, music programs, “travel and treasures,” or a program or activity you propose.

As a volunteer, your personal involvement helps keep residents connected to their community. This is also a great opportunity for secondary students looking to complete their community hours.

Apply today through the online form at https://forms.oxfordcounty.ca/General/Woodingford-Lodge-Volunteer-Application-Form

 Visitor guidelines

Woodingford Lodge continues to follow heightened infection control practices so that we can maintain safe and secure homes for our residents, families and staff. Please check our Visitor Guidelines before your visit.


Nutritional Services Review

The Oxford County Long-Term Care Nutritional Review took place over 2022 with financial support from Ontario's Municipal Modernization Fund. The review looked at the quality and cost-efficiency of the existing nutritional service (meal) delivery at Woodingford Lodge’s three long-term care sites in Woodstock, Tillsonburg and Ingersoll. It found that Woodingford is providing high-quality meals to residents, but could consider more menu choices among other enhancements. 

Learn more in the Modernization Funding section of the website. 

Application for new Woodingford site in Ingersoll 

On January 25, 2023, Oxford County Council unanimously endorsed submitting an application for provincial funding to build a new, minimum 160-bed long-term care home in Ingersoll. If approved, this project would bring much-needed long-term care beds to the County, specifically Ingersoll, which has the lowest number of beds among the Oxford communities providing long-term care. The project would draw on the resources and staff expertise of Alexandra Hospital and the existing 34-bed Woodingford facility in Ingersoll under a “campus of care” model, providing exemplary service to seniors and others and potentially creating more than 200 jobs in our community. 

Read the statement

 Working at Woodingford Lodge

If you are a dedicated health professional looking for more than just “a job,” consider a rewarding career at Woodingford Lodge. Woodingford offers competitive wages and the opportunity to work as part of a highly specialized team, but it’s our residents who really make coming to work worthwhile.

Woodingford operates homes in Woodstock, Ingersoll and Tillsonburg and recruits year round. 

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The largest of our homes is located in Woodstock. This facility is a beautiful 160-bed, 2-storey residence built into a hill and overlooking southern Woodstock.

300 Juliana Drive
Woodstock, ON N4V0A1
Phone 519-421-5556 | Fax 519-533-0781

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325 Thames Street South
Ingersoll, ON N5C2T8
Phone 519-485-7053 | Fax 519-485-6298 

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52 Venison Street West
Tillsonburg, ON N4G 1V1
Phone 519-688-4874 | Fax 519-688-3403

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