Vincentian Rest Home
Vincentian is licensed for 20 rest home residents which allows staff to provide a high level of individualised attention. Respite care is also offered when beds become available.
In addition to providing the medical and care support service you will receive from the Vincentian, we also ensure that every aspect of your stay with us is comfortable, interesting and stimulating. We serve a variety of nutritious meals and will cater for any special food requirements, such as vegetarian or diabetic diets.
We provide an extensive range of recreational activities – a very important consideration often overlooked when selecting a rest home for your loved ones.
You are encouraged to bring your favourite chair, a television set, your personal photographs, your favourite ornaments, and other items that make you feel at home. Almost anything you bring is acceptable as long as it fits into your room and does not pose a safety risk.
Hospital care is also available on site should your health circumstances change.
Vincentian was opened as a rest home in 1979 and was extended in 2001 to also provide 32 residential hospital rooms.
In addition to registered nurses and visiting medical professionals (General Practitioner and physiotherapist), we have a Care Manageress who is a Registered Nurse with many years of experience in caring for elderly hospital residents. Her role is to co-ordinate the activities of all team members to ensure the best possible care for all residents.
The Vincentian also has essential care equipment such as hoists, wheelchairs, electric beds and pressure relieving devices that hospital residents may require.
As with all the Vincentian residents, we encourage you to bring your favourite chair, a television set, personal family pictures and your favourite ornaments as well as other items that will make you feel at home.
Statement of Values
The Vincentian is owned by the Wellington Catholic Homes Trust and operated by Vincentian Home for the Elderly Berhampore Ltd providing care services for elderly people expressive of Christian principles. In terms of Gospel values we recognise: