Kinsmen Lodge is a complex care home located across from Surrey Memorial Hospital. Owned and operated by the Whalley & District Senior Citizens Housing Society.
Kinsmen Lodge strives to provide the best possible complex care in a homelike setting. Our vision is to offer a range of programs and services in coordination with community resources to enhance the lives of our residents.
Each resident is a unique individual with the right to quality care, a supportive environment and dedicated staff. We work with residents and families to find ways for them to contribute to and be supported by our community of care. Our goal is to maximize personal independence while offering individualized assistance.
- 143 beds (142 publicly subsidized residential care beds, 1 respite care bed).
- Rooms 143; 142 publicly subsidized residential care beds, 1 respite care bed.
- Residents may also bring items to personalize your space; you can arrange to have a telephone and cable TV in your room.
- Our facility bus provides transportation to weekly outings and community events. Opportunities include bingo and other games, crafts, baking, wheelchair accessible bus trips, multi-generational programs, music, art and horticulture therapy.
- Wheelchair accessible main floor; elevator to other floors.
- We have 2 cats, Tabby and Tigger, Peter rabbit and several birds. Residents also benefit from BC Pets and Friends animal volunteers and visits from family pets.
- Kinsmen Lodge is smoke-free with the exception of the main floor smoking lounge and the west patio.
- A hairdresser and podiatrist are regularly available on-site. Annual visits by mobile dentist. On-site Tuck shop.
Parking and Transportation
Well lit parking lot on site. Within wheelchair / walking distance of a park, shopping centre and several health service providers.
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.