The "Rezydencja Na Szkolnej" nursing home in Poznań is part of the reconstruction project of the city's old hospital buildings. The works will allow for a "turnkey" handover of the operation to the client, with opening planned for the end of 2023-early 2024.
The residence will have 209 beds in single and double rooms, an Alzheimer's Centre, day care rooms on each floor, a rehabilitation room, an occupational therapy and hydrotherapy room, a restaurant and a library. The project also includes flats for senior citizens, built according to the formula of assisted living - flats for elderly people who can live independently, while receiving professional medical and technical care and additional services tailored to individual needs.
The entire area where the senior citizens' residence is being built is part of the urban and architectural ensemble of the old town, which is listed as a historical monument. It is one of the largest revitalisation projects in Poland, which will include the complete renovation of the former monastery and the facade of the former hospital as well as the enhancement of the medieval walls.
Spread over 12,700 m², the project will include gardens, therapeutic paths and an open-air sports hall. Between the buildings, in the courtyard, a large green space will be created, part of which will be open and accessible to all Poznań residents. The care home complex will also include a café, suitable for the elderly.
The residence located in Warsaw, "Rezydencja Parkowa", is a high-end care home for the elderly, which will be completed in May 2023.
The 5-storey building, located between the city's Mother and Child Institute and the hospital, has 131 single and double rooms, medical and treatment rooms, medical facilities, day care rooms, a physiotherapy and occupational therapy department, a hairdresser's salon, an in-house kitchen with a restaurant and underground parking.
The site will also include a recreation area and two gardens, including a special garden - specifically designed for residents with Alzheimer's disease.
Congratulations to our Polish teams for these two successful operations, which will contribute to the well-being of the inhabitants of both cities!