The demand for nursing home care is in constant flux. Are you dealing with a range of different intensity-of-care levels or experiencing capacity problems as a result of renovations or new construction? Regardless of the situation, your nursing home needs to be operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. DEMEEUW's temporary and permanent accommodation allows you to adapt quickly and easily to capacity issues. Our high-quality, creative concepts make room for excellence in healthcare. Specially developed for nursing homes and tailored to the type of healthcare your clients need.
They call it temporary, but this building certainly measures up to the quality of nursing homes like moermont and vissershaven. there is definitely nothing temporary about how it looks.
The demand for nursing home care is prone to constant change. There is a certain art to making sure your nursing home can respond immediately to changing needs. DEMEEUW has developed two concepts to meet these challenges:
Both solutions offer pleasant and comfortable living and working environments. You can choose from a combination of care apartments or individual nursing home rooms with a shared lounge.
Looking to build a completely new nursing home or add an extension to your existing building? Prefer a multi-storey or single storey construction? Our options include permanent extensions, temporary capacity reductions or even relocation. With DEMEEUW, you can create just the right space for your organisation, quickly and easily. There is also a wide range of choices in terms of colour, quality of finish and materials.
When creating your specific concept, we take into account both the period of use for your nursing home as well as any specific requests and requirements you may have.
DEMEEUW supports you throughout the entire process. Our specialists are happy to advise you, from making the best choices to providing in-depth guidance on design, operations and maintenance. That's what makes DEMEEUW your ideal full service partner.
DEMEEUW also creates room for: