ACA’s Dementia Unit refurbishment at Maister Lodge is now complete!
Maister Lodge in Hull, is a Dementia Unit providing a comprehensive, needs-led service to senior citizens in Hull and East Riding who are experiencing mental health problems.
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust run Maister Lodge, which recently reopened following a £500,000 Dementia Unit refurbishment.
Initially, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust briefed ACA to fully refurbish 14 bedrooms and update patient and relative spaces to promote health, well-being and independence.
In summary, Chief Executive of the Trust Michele Moran said:
“We are delighted to reopen Maister Lodge and welcome the patients back.”
In addition, Jan Smith, the Trust’s Care Group Director for Mental Health, said:
“Our new ward is designed and equipped to help people maintain independence and keep skills and interests which might otherwise be lost in the hospital. There is a light and bright community area where patients, families and staff have space and facilities for therapy and social contact. Patients in our care also now have access to single bedrooms and comfortable lounges for relaxation and privacy.”
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