The Good Samaritan Society, a Lutheran Social Service Organization, is a not-for-profit, registered charity with over 65 years of experience providing specialized health and community care services in innovative and caring environments.
With private and semi private rooms, the residents that comprise this community are frail elderly, elderly with dementia and cognitively alert seniors.
In addition to 24 hour nursing care, the facility offers occupational, physical and recreational therapy as well as Pastoral Care, social work and volunteer services. There is also a canteen that is operated by a volunteer group, Extended Hands.
Admissions are coordinated through Alberta Health Services 780-496-1300.
Long-term care facilities are designed specifically for individuals with complex, unpredictable medical needs who require 24 hour on-site Registered Nurse assessment and/or treatment. Rooms in long-term care facilities are already furnished with a hospital bed, dresser and closet. All direct and consultative health-care services are provided on site, including physician visits. For more information visit the Alberta Health Services website.