Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Lodge is a Long-Term Care Facility owned and operated by the Fraser Health Authority.

Our philosophy is to support, honour and celebrate the wisdom and diversity of our residents and clients in a person-focused, caring environment.

We do our best to provide a multicultural environment and our multi-cultural team reflects the accepting community we have been fortunate to create here at Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Lodge. We enjoy celebrating all faiths and religious holidays. 

Features

Room features and personalization

The Private Room has a hospital bed, bedside table, wardrobe, ceiling lift, two piece bathroom and linens.

 

Family are able to personalize the room with a TV/radio, clock, calendar, pictures, duvet (machine washable). No additional furniture.
 
Accessibility
The building and all rooms are wheelchair accessible. 
There are two rooms to accommodate bariatric residents.
Security Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Lodge has wanderguard, keypad doors on unit and video monitoring in high traffic areas (entrance and hallways). 
Smoking Smoking is not permitted on premises.
Location information  Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Lodge is close to transit on bus routes 360, 361 and 363, shopping and walking distance from a park.
Additional site features
112 funded long-term care beds. There is a Spiritual Care Room on site, and each unit has its own balcony and accessed from the Dining Room. 
Parking and transportation Free roadside parking.

Programs

Social and recreation programs 
We offer a variety of individual and group programs and events.  Our focus is on your abilities and expressed desires. We post monthly recreation calendars showing upcoming events and programs. We also have a wheelchair accessible bus for community outings. 
Spiritual program
Spiritual Health Practitioners provide person-centred spiritual care, counselling and emotional support to residents and family members.  We are fortunate to have this role provide care to the whole person, focussing on your spiritual and cultural beliefs.  They aim to understand and support your beliefs, values, lifestyle, traditions, cultural practices, and emotional well-being.
Pets Clean, healthy, immunized and well-behaved pets are welcomed, visitors. They must be leashed and supervised by their owners at all times and are not to be left unattended.
Medical assistance in dying On-site assessment and on-site provision are available.

Additional services

Hairdressing  Hairdressing services are available from SmartSet Salon on site. 
Foot and nail care These are third-party services set up and managed by the family. We can provide a list of local contractors.
Additional services You can access additional third-party services for a fee, including physiotherapy, dental and private companion.

 

15575 16A Ave
B.C.V4A 0C7
Phone: (778) 545-6200

Eligibility

Clients must meet Home and Community Care requirements and criteria for admission. A health care needs assessment will be completed to confirm eligibility. See the eligibility requirements for home and community care section of our website.

Referral

Referral by case manager at a Home and Community Care office is required. To access service call the Home Health Service Line for more information; do not contact the care home directly.

Fees

There is a monthly accommodation fee; additional fees may apply for incidental services.