Ons Dorp Care Centre (Dutch Village)
At a glance
- Rajender Gill - 09 838 6567
- Dutch Village Trust - 09 838 6567
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To provide quality care for residents in all stages of their retirement.
To provide quality care for residents in a homely, vibrant atmosphere of respect, dignity, love, and security, regardless of cultural or ethnic background.
We believe our residents (retired citizens) should be cared for in a safe, sharing, and compassionate environment that delivers through its trained skilled staff, a holistic care approach that addresses the specific needs of residents as identified by their family.
To ensure the identified specific care needs of each resident are based on an assessment of their physical, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual requirements.
To ensure that where ever appropriate that the residents' family and health care professionals (internal/external) are consulted when decisions are required to be made in the delivery of any changes to a resident's care package.
To maintain a supportive, homely, safe, and caring living environment.
To ensure human, physical, and material resources are managed efficiently and cost-effectively.
To ensure a harmonious and appropriately skilled interdisciplinary staff clinical team is maintained.
Ensuring services provided to residents is based on the principle of continuous quality improvement.
To provide a comfortable and positive living environment in Ons Dorp which enables residents to have a peaceful and dignified last stage of their life.
To review, develop and implement Village policies as required to meet any obligations under existing or new Government statutes and regulations.
To ensure that through careful management of the village budget and financial resources there is sufficient capital expenditure available to operate and to further improve the infrastructure required to enable the delivery of quality facilities and services to residents.
To comply with the Code of Rights and Responsibilities in the operation of the Village.
To ensure that the Village provides a safe living and working environment for residents and staff which complies with Government Health and Safety legislation and regulations.
The Village values:
Its residents and staff
Honesty, truth, trust, and transparency by residents and staff
Dignity and respect
Teamwork, collaboration, and consultation
Implementation of best practice
Caring and compassion
Recognition of residents' rights
Delivery of a quality living/working environment for residents and staff.
|Contract with Te Whatu Ora
|Yes. An ORA (Occupation Right Agreement) means you have to 'pay' a capital amount to live here. It's a retirement village type of purchase.
|Updated: 29 Mar 2021
Bed and Vacancy Details
|Approximate number of beds at this level of care
|Levels of care offered in Care Apartments
|1 Care Apartment
|Short stay considered
|MOH Certification and Audit Report
|View MOH certification and audit report (opens in a new tab)
|Extra admission requirements due to COVID-19
|Updated: 22 Feb 2024
The Ministry of Health conducts regular audits of Residential Care Facilities. They can be found HERE.
NOTE: The Retirement Villages Act 2003 (The Act) is designed to provide improved protection for people who ‘buy’ into a retirement village. If you intend to ‘purchase’ you must get independent legal advice before signing your occupation right agreement as required under The Act. Some Retirement Village type facilities are not required to register under The Act so different legal requirements apply. Please make sure you investigate fully.
In some villages there may be some Retirement Village units that have multiple uses e.g. a Serviced Apartment may also be used as a Residential Care Suite. The same unit may therefore show in several places on Eldernet.