Good Samaritan Delta View Care Centre is a 296 bed Campus of Care located in the serene farmlands of East Delta.
The 296 bed Campus consists of two (2) Care Homes, the 216 bed Delta View Life Enrichment Centre as well as the 80 bed Delta View Habilitation Centre.
Our organization’s mission is to Enrich the Lives of those we serve and those who serve with us by:
- Passionately pursuing learning
- Challenging the Process
- Fostering Partnerships
- Modelling the way
- Exceeding Expectations
- Caring from the Heart
The organization believes in the Hugs not Drugs approach to person centred care which focuses on freedom of movement and focussing on the resident’s needs.
Good Samaritan Delta View is able to cater to clients with different care needs, cultural backgrounds, and culinary requirements. We are pleased to offer different menus including a menu geared towards the South Asian population.
Good Samaritan Delta View has 212 residential care beds (150 publicly subsidized). There are 127 single occupancy and 20 double occupancy rooms.
|Room features and personalization||Within the Life Enrichment Centre long term care neighborhoods, each resident room contains an En-suite with shower.
All bedrooms have satellite or cable TV available as well as a hospital bed, bedside cabinet, armoire wardrobe, cushioned wing chair and study desk. Bay windows have a comfortable seating space with bench seat storage.
Residents may also bring a small number of your own personal belongings to complement the room.
|Accessibility||The two storey, 216 bed Life Enrichment Centre contains eight neighborhoods of 26 – 27 residents each which are connected via an Administration Block, and 4 elevators.
The single story 80 bed Habilitation Centre, known for its calming environment contains two neighborhoods, which both house 40 residents each.
|Security||All neighborhoods are magnetically locked with keypad access, and common areas are monitored by digital CCTV.|
|Smoking||Campus of care is non-smoking.|
|Location information||Organization is located near junction of Highway 10 and Highway 99 in East Delta. Organization is accessible via TransLink bus service with a stop directly in front of organization.|
|Additional site features||The administrative block of the Life Enrichment Centre houses office and meeting spaces, a commercial kitchen, maintenance and storage areas, hair salon, dental clinic, wellness/physiotherapy centre, the Ian Paton Sr. spiritual centre, a home theatre, conference facilities, a billiards room, a coffee shop.
It also contains a 9 station hemodialysis centre, for future health authority use.
The Habilitation Centre contains education and meeting, hair salon, adult and children daycare spaces.
|Parking and transportation||Organization has underground staff parking and above ground visitor parking. It is also accessible via TransLink bus service with stops occurring multiple times per day directly in front of organization|
|Social and recreation programs||• 4 Assisted living units available on same site.
• Music, recreation and rehabilitation therapy is provided on site.
• A residence bus is used for regular outings such as lunch and shopping trips.
|Spiritual program||• Organization has spiritual care program in place.|
|Pets||• Pet visitation program and policy; each home has birds or an aquarium.
• Organization also has a horse and stable on the property.
|Medical assistance in dying|
|Hairdressing||On-site salon services and massage therapy provided for nominal fee.|
|Foot and nail care||Food and nail care (podiatry) provided on site for a fee.|
|Additional services||Dental hygienist and dentist/denturist services, ophthalmology services, on-site reflexology and acupressure massage therapy, also available for nominal fees.
Parking and Transportation
Clients must meet Home and Community Care requirements and criteria for admission. A health care needs assessment will be completed to confirm eligibility. See website for more information.
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.
There is a monthly accommodation fee; additional fees may apply for incidental services.