As stated by the EIB, the project supports the Promoter's expansion plan during the period of 2023 to 2026 and entails the construction and equipping of several new facilities: long-term care centres, rehabilitation hospitals and shared assisted living homes in different Autonomous Communities in Spain.
The project will improve access to high quality elderly and long term care centres throughout Spain. The new facilities aim to create a person-centred ethos which supports the opportunity for the residents to continue to live their own lives in accordance with their cognitive and physical abilities in an environment which reflects the comforts of home. The main purpose is to normalise care and promote the autonomy within the unit, assisting and supporting residents in everyday tasks.
As stated by the EIB, Vitalia is a leading company in geriatric services in Spain. It has extensive experience, a multidisciplinary team of professionals and an innovative care model. It has the most advanced technologies and therapies for the neurorehabilitation of people who have suffered trauma or the consequences of a stroke or acquired brain damage.
Vitalia is made up of 70 centres, 5,500 professionals and 9,700 care places, which demonstrate more than 25 years of experience in the design, creation and management of centers and services to care for people who, due to lack or loss of physical autonomy, psychic or intellectual, need assistance and help to carry out the activities of daily life.
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Client - Vitalia Plus SA:
Address: Calle Costa 2, 50001 Zaragoza, Spain
Phone: +34 976 229 522
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