Chip’s Story

Wallace (“Chip”) Reid was a registered nurse at Northside General Hospital but is now a resident of Taigh Solas on the third floor. Chip has been a resident of Taigh Solas for seventeen years.

Born in North Sydney, he is an only child but has two aunts that visit regularly, Georgina and Shirley.

Taigh Solas is a licensed nursing home within an acute care hospital with 22 long term care beds. It is designed to care for the needs of the residents for health, recreation, spiritual, physiotherapy and all other daily requirements within the resident’s lives.

Photo Credits: White Photography

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