Caressant Care facility in Woodstock ordered to stop new admissions.

Caressant Care, an Ontario long-term care home where a former nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer is accused of killing seven seniors has been ordered by the province to temporarily stop admitting new patients.

The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has ordered its Woodstock location to improve “certain practices”,says Caressant Care spokesman Lee Griffi.

Griffi shared ins a statement,”We are confident that these actions enable us to better provide for the physical, social and spiritual needs of our residents.”