What We Do » Kemp Home & Hospital
An 81-bed facility offering both rest home and hospital level care, for residents who require permanent or short-term care.
How the Mission helps older people
Located in Titahi Bay, Kemp Home & Hospital is an excellent residential care option for seniors. It’s an 81-bed facility, offering both rest home and hospital-level care, for people who require permanent or short-term care. Residents have access to a physiotherapist, podiatrist, dietician, and hairdresser, and are served nutritious home-style meals to suit all dietary needs. Both home and hospital are independently audited to ensure compliance with NZ Health and Disability Services Standards.
What happens at Kemp Home & Hospital
While we acknowledge the importance of supporting the physical needs of residents so they can gain maximum fulfilment from life for as long as they are able, a holistic approach to care and support is essential. A person’s social, cultural and spiritual well-being are all part of their care at Kemp. In-house activities run six days a week, including themed days throughout the year. There are also resident social groups. In line with The Mission’s Christian values, St. Nicholas Chapel is on site, with a dedicated Chaplain to provide spiritual support and pastoral care.
We encourage residents to maintain links with whanau and community, and welcome whanau participation in our events. We have open visiting hours and hold monthly community support group meetings on site. It’s also critical that the environment encourages residents to make meaningful choices – including their clothing, the layout and contents of their rooms, and participation in healthcare decisions. Regular resident and wha¯nau meetings mean people get a say in the place they call home.
Kemp Home & Hospital’s environment enables many of its residents to be as independent as they can, and achieve a lifestyle that would not be possible without a level of support.
• Kemp Home & Hospital provided 23,772 bed nights of accommodation for 125 people.
• Staff took 657 opportunities to improve their skills, through 46 training sessions.
• Kemp Home & Hospital had 55 new admissions.
• Residents were able to take part in more than 500 planned recreational activities and outings and community activities. Regular events included: Maori and Pasifika group, Kura School visits, Church choirs, and arts and crafts days. Community events included the Annual Remembrance Service, Matariki, International Day of Older Persons, and the Christmas party.
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Phone: 04 236 8099