The Center’s Wards

There are approximately 140 residents, aged 60-98, living at the Alzheimer's Medical Center. The center is suited for inpatient care of patients with dementia, and is divided into four floors, each floor housing one ward. 

Ground Floor, the Ward for the Cognitively Declined (Ward D)

The ward is designed for approximately 30 residents with relatively high cognitive function, mobility, and independence. A regular and skilled nursing staff works in the ward, specializing in providing high quality professional care according to the residents’ needs, communication difficulties, and behavioral disorders. The ward is open to family visits throughout the day and conducts extensive social activities including concerts, birthday parties, guided tour excursions, and more. The ward even has a residents’ choir. This is a relatively small ward with a warm and cozy atmosphere. The ward has an adjacent tended garden where residents and their visitors can relax throughout the day, and a Snoezelen room, which is used as a quiet, tranquil, and relaxing area.

Activity area in Ward A   Corridor in Ward A

First Floor, the Ward for the Cognitively Declined (Ward A)

The ward is designed for around 35 residents with relatively high cognitive function, mobility, and independence. 

A regular and skilled nursing staff works in the ward, specializing in providing high quality professional care according to the residents’ needs, communication difficulties, and behavioral disorders. The ward is open to family visits throughout the day and conducts extensive social activities including concerts, birthday parties, guided tour excursions, and more.

The ward is very spacious and opens onto a well-tended garden where social events for the ward’s residents, their families, and the entire center are sometimes held.

Second Floor, the Long Term Care Ward (Ward B)

The ward is designed for about 40 cognitively declined residents who are mostly confined to wheelchairs. Extra staff members work in the ward, and treatment is tailored to patients requiring long term care, with an emphasis on the special needs of each resident. The ward recently opened a Snoezelen room, which serves as a quiet, tranquil, and relaxing area. The ward specializes in treating wounds and providing enteral tube feeding.

Third Floor, the Long Term Care Ward (Ward C)

The ward is designed for about 40 cognitively declined residents, most of whom require close supervision while walking, walking aids, or need another person to help them walk. The ward has a pleasant family area with a view of the statue garden and a horticultural therapy area. The ward mainly specializes in preserving the residents’ walking capabilities.

Garden in Ward D   “Bridge” lobby in Ward C