The Louis Brier Home and Hospital

Residential care - Vancouver

The Louis Brier Home and Hospital

The Louis Brier Home and Hospital is a two-storey wood building with a basement.

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Visit the Louis Brier Home and Hospital listing in our directory. How do I access residential care?

You can access residential care through Vancouver Coastal Health. Please do not contact the operator directly.

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Learn more about this residence

Operator

The Louis Brier Jewish Residence Society

Website

www.louisbrier.com

Building amenities

Synagogue, resident arts & crafts rooms, resident lounges, rehabilitation room, kosher kitchen.

Language, culture, religious affiliations

Jewish.

Accreditation status

Not accredited.

Philosophy of care

To be leaders in the provision of health care to the Jewish elderly, meeting standards of excellence in service, clinical practice, education and research.

Type of accommodation

Total of 215 long-term beds. 149 private rooms and 33 semi-private rooms. 

Cost

Residents pay 80% of their after tax income which covers the cost of food and accommodation. Minimum and maximum rates apply. There may be other costs not included in the resident contribution. For more information on costs, please refer to the Information on Residential Care Guide

Special recreation opportunities

25 seater bus for day and evening outings and full activity calendar.

Accessibility

Fully handicapped accessible.

Motorized scooter policy

Motorized scooters allowed.

Pet policy

Based on personal assessment.

Smoking policy

No smoking allowed.

Safety/security features

CCTV cameras, doors locked when receptionist not on duty, wander alert system.

Neighbourhood/community amenities

Jewish Community Centre, Oakridge Shopping Centre.

Facility-specific restrictions

Kosher food restrictions: As a kosher residence residents and families cannot consume non-kosher foods in any public spaces or dining rooms; non-kosher foods are allowed only in residents’ own rooms. 

Information last updated

June 2016