6215 - 124 Street
Edmonton, Alberta  T6H 3V1
      
T  780.496.7100
F  780.496.7150

 

Last updated October 21, 2021 at 4:00pm

Currently Grandview has no active cases of COVID-19. All long-term care neighbourhoods (1AB, 2nd Floor) and the Post-Acute Unit (1CD) are on outbreak.


Visitation Reminder

Visitors are welcome to DROP-IN if you enter the building during our ENTRY TIMES, which reflect the hours screeners are present. (One exception is for family and friends visiting a resident at end-of-life. You may come to the centre at any time and use the buzzer to enter the building after hours.)

Effective October 25, all visitors are required to wear a mask at all times, including the resident room, regardless of vaccination status. The only exception is when there is a notable communication barrier. Visitors are encouraged to contact their care managers in these cases.

Visitors, volunteers, service providers, entertainers, and anyone entering our buildings must continue to:

  • Be screened.
  • Wear a mask at all times
  • Perform hand hygiene
  • Maintain physical distancing.

Visitors may take part in recreation activities provided they:

  • refrain from eating and drinking
  • stay with their loved one
  • not be assisting with serving or assisting other residents at this time.  

Virtual Visits

This centre is not able provide assistance to facilitate a virtual visit at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.

We invite you to follow us on the CapitalCare Facebook page to see photos and videos of residents engaging in activities or to pass along messages.

For more information or general questions please email us at  info@capitalcare.net.


Grandview is located in southwest Edmonton. The centre has 135 long-term care beds and provides an environment that supports choice, autonomy and, where possible, independence. 

In addition to general long-term care, Grandview offers the following specialized programs:

Dementia Care, Support and Comfort:

  • For residents with dementia or other form of cognitive impairment.
  • Not suitable for people who would be at risk of becoming lost if they left the building unaccompanied.

Respite Care (General Long-Term Care):

  • Provides short-term care in our centre for individuals with complex health conditions who live at home.
  • Not suitable for people with a diagnosis of dementia.
  • Provides caregivers a period of rest or relief from their responsibilities.
  • A referral is needed to access this service.

Post-Acute Program (Orthopedic, Hip/Knee Replacement, Hip Fracture and Restorative Care):

  • For individuals with significant but stable medical conditions who require an extended period of recovery following the acute phase of surgery, illness or accident.
  • Provides continued rehabilitation, clinical care and discharge planning with a goal to successfully returning home.

 

       Post Acute Brochure.    Post Acute Article


For More Information

*Assessment by Alberta Health Services is required before admission to this centre. For more information call 780.496.1300 or click here.