Columbia View Lodge
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76 thousand square feet slab on grade, except small basement area to house mechanical room and boiler room. Flat roof.
Columbia View Lodge:


Interior Health​

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Access to subsidized long-term care is through an assessment by Interior Health staff. For more information on subsidized long-term care services, contact the Home Health office nearest you.​

Building Amenities: Three courtyards.
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Accreditation Status:

See Interior Health’s accreditation page.

Accreditation is an external peer review process to assess and improve the services health care organizations provide to their patients and clients, based on standards of excellence set by Accreditation Canada.
Philosophy of Care: Our resident-centred philosophy is designed to support residents’ choices, help people function at their highest level and provide the best quality of life possible.
Type of Accommodation: 76 single rooms, 29 rooms share a bathroom with one other resident.

Monthly rate is up to 80 per cent of client’s after tax income, with minimum and maximum rates set by the Ministry of Health Services. More information.​

Special Recreation: Music therapy, painting classes, yearly facility challenge (Olympic activities), quilting classes, ceramics.
Accessibility: Outside accessible in each neighbourhood.
Motorized Scooter Policy: Resident assessed for driving skills by OT.
Pet Policy: Information not available.
Smoking Policy:
Safety & Security: Locked doors, walkie talkies, residents have call bells and locked cupboard.
Neighbourhood Community Amenities: Three neighbourhoods (29, 17,15 residents in each neighbourhood), a 15 bed SCU with small courtyard and own dinning rooms and kitchens.
Facility Restrictions: Coded and locked doors.
Other Amenities:

Barbershop/salon, Spiritual Services, Gift Shop, Mailbox, Newspaper, Free Parking, TV available, Volunteer Services, Pet Program, Visiting pets allowed.​

As a step towards reconciliation, Interior Health acknowledges the land that we live, work, and play on as the traditional territories of the Dakelh Dene, Ktunaxa, Nlaka’pamux, Secwepemc, St’at’imc, Syilx and Tsilhqot’in peoples. It is with humility that we continue to strengthen our relationships with the First Nation, Métis, and Inuit peoples of the interior.
MoH     PCQO