The Al Hogg and Weatherby Pavilions provide 24-hour professional nursing services to people who are no longer able to stay at home safely. They are part of the long term care service located at Peace Arch Hospital.
Peace Arch Hospital Geriatrics Services work collaboratively with elderly clients, their families and other health care providers in our community and region to promote optimal physical, mental and social well-being for our residents.
Our philosophy is centered around two major beliefs; first that each person is an individual of inherent worth and dignity with unique needs, expectations, hopes and dreams and second, that those needs are best met in a thoughtful, collaborative and professional way.
There are 234 publicly subsidized long term care beds in facility with 30 single occupancy rooms, 78 double occupancy rooms, 12 multiple occupancy rooms at the residence.
|Room features and personalization||Rooms feature a bed, dresser, and lamp. Linens are provided.
Residents may bring a radio, television, personal chair (space permitting), pictures and plants. They may also bring personal clothing, toiletries, an electric razor and washable quilt. A comfort account can be arranged.
|Accessibility||An elevator provides access to different floors of the residence. Due to space limitations, power wheelchairs or scooters can rarely be accommodated.|
|Security||The residence is equipped with a “wandering” alert system for security. The Peace Arch Hospital security team is on-site.|
|Smoking||Smoking is not permitted.|
|Location information||The Al Hogg and Weatherby Pavilions are located inside Peace Arch Hospital and near public transportation.|
|Additional site features||Our dietary services department offers three types of vegetarian diets and accommodates other special diets as required. A hydrotherapy pool is available.|
|Parking and transportation||Parking is available on site. Public transportation is nearby.|
|Social and recreation programs||A recreational program and adapted aquatics program are available for residents. There are two wheelchair lift-equipped buses for community outings.|
|Spiritual program||Church services (Christian, Presbyterian, Baptist and Pentecostal) take place most Sundays.|
|Pets||Family pets may visit with the resident. Contact with other residents can be arranged through the social worker or volunteer services. Suitable pets can become volunteers of “Pets and Friends” or the St. John Ambulance Pet Therapy Program. A pet policy is available by request.|
|Medical assistance in dying||On-site assessment and on-site provision available.|
|Hairdressing||Hairdressing services are available from SmartSet Hair Salon.|
|Foot and nail care||Foot and nail care services can be provided from a list of contractors.|
|Additional services||Music therapy and dental services are available for a fee.|
Parking and Transportation
Parking available. Nearby public transit.
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.