THE MAIMONIDES MISSION STATEMENT
The core mission of Donald Berman Maimonides Geriatric Centre, a McGill University affiliated long-term care facility, is to provide service to aging members of the community who are no longer able to function independently. They are entrusted to our care by their families, with whom we are allied in values and purpose. Our mandate is founded on a strong heritage of Jewish values and community support. We provide a continuum of high-quality care through our integrated network, which includes the Helen and Sam Steinberg Day Hospital, short-term respite care, community-based homes and a variety of long-term care accommodations. In line with our mission, the Centre serves as a training ground for professionals and conducts research into issues related to geriatric medicine and care of the elderly.
Donald Berman Maimonides Geriatric Centre delivers a full range of quality care to meet the needs of over 500 Jewish clients with dignity and respect. Made up of a Day Hospital, Respite beds, Intermediate Resources, Accredited Homes in the community, and Long-Term care, Maimonides fulfills an essential role in the Montreal community. The Centre's staff has created a vibrant and innovative environment that focuses on the highest standards of care. Maimonides' programs have been repeatedly recognized for their excellence.
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To view our 2010-2011 Annual Report, click here.