rest home rooms
There are 27 single rooms of which 12 are dual purpose, all with en suites and usual facilities. Small lounges in each wing create a private space and gardens around the home bring pleasure to residents.
There are 20 single rooms for continuing care or medical patients. A registered nurse and an experienced team of caring support staff
is always on duty.
In addition to continuing care, primary care, PACC funding for convalescence and palliative care
General practitioners also have access to admit acute primary care clients where people who have acute clinical conditions that can be treated by their general practitioner can be admitted for regular monitoring and care in Whangamata, instead of having to travel to Thames or Hamilton.
care relief / respite care
Some individuals in the community are allocated a number of days to give their caregiver a rest. One dedicated room is available for this on a booking basis.
meals on wheels
These are prepared daily by our kitchen staff and delivered by volunteers.
This is organised according to individual needs and incorporated into the Moana House activity programme.
These are named to honour Stan Willson. There are currently 14 retirement units available on an occupation license agreement basis.
Residents enjoy independent living in their own home built for convenience and value, with comfort and peace of mind for them and their families. Assisted living services are available if needed in relaxed, warm and caring atmosphere.
5 apartments have been built in the James Watt Wing. There were previously 10 Rest home beds in this area. With the changing face of services, people entering the facility are not as independent as in former years. The serviced apartment concept is what the public want for independent but supported living. The apartments are now certified for Rest home care.