Carewest Sarcee opened its doors to the Calgary community in 1962 and offers long-term care programs and services for 85 residents, rehabilitation and recovery services for 35 clients and day programming for 90 clients.
Medically Complex Care: For medically complex residents whose care needs cannot be met in a Supportive Living environment and who require professional nursing care. Their primary diagnosis is medical and may have a secondary diagnosis of cognitive impairment. 50 beds
RCTP Unit (Regional Community Transition Program): To support frail individuals who do not require acute care but have a variety of medical conditions that require further assessment and/ or rehabilitation in order to return home or another care setting. 35 beds
Sarcee Hospice: A residential unit providing 24-hour care by an interdisciplinary team of health professionals and volunteerwho strive to meet the needs of people who are in their last days to months of life and who can no longer manage at home but do not require the resources of acute care. 15 beds
Comprehensive Community Care: A support program for seniors providing case management and primary care to elderly clients – allowing them to remain at home with a higher quality of life. Care is provided by a 24-hour team through a medical clinic, day program, home support, transportation, access to designated continuing care beds and emergency response telephone system.
Building Amenities: Amenities at Sarcee include a gift shop, chapel, large dining area designed to encourage social interaction, lounge area, designating smoking room, laundry and hair care services.