In-Patient Unit

News 06 Mar 2020

In-Patient Unit

In-Patient Unit

It is a good time to present one of our Cudeca care programmes: the In-Patient Unit.

It was 2005 when the In-Patient Unit opened doors becoming one of the Cudeca's most important projects for patients in palliative care and their families to be completed.

In the In-Patient Unit we have cared for more than 2,750 people and their families in the with our special kind of caring. The multidisciplinary teams made up of a doctor, nurse, nursing assistant, psychologist, physiotherapist, social worker, office assistants, maintenance, administration and volunteers are sensitive people full of compassion, empathy, respect and humbleness among other values which facilitate and cover the needs that may arise in the care of our patients and their relatives.

The environment at Cudeca is very pleasant and quiet. There is a playroom for children, a silent room for families and free space to relax and meet such as the bowers in the beautiful garden besides the pond. The chape lis also available to do your own prayers or as a retreat or worship.

Our 9 rooms and 14 beds, whenever possible, are offered on an individual basis, so that each patient and family can have peace of mind and privacy. And free tv and wifi is provided.

It is important to remember that in order to be admitted to our In-Patient Unit you must have a referral from one of our doctors, who will study your case and consider the best therapeutic option for the patient.

All our care to patients is totally free of charge and the expenses incurred are covered by the generosity of the community that collaborates with Cudeca through donations, helping out in events, becoming partners and collaborating with the charity shops.