PCH Caring for Generations Campaign for its new Progressive Care Complex
Rapid growth in Hawaii’s senior population has put tremendous strain on families. In addition, Hawaii has the fewest long-term care beds in the nation. PCH is addressing these issues with the expansion and modernization of our campus buildings.
Our new Progressive Care Complex (scheduled for completion in early 2016) will meet the needs of tomorrow’s baby boomer senior citizens. Plans call for a new 15,000 square-foot building that will increase the Home’s overall capacity to 130 nursing and care home beds. The one-story facility will have a large courtyard with adjacent areas for group dining, activities and events.
The renovation of PCH’s existing Victoria Ward Hall (built in 1967) will complete the Progressive Care Complex. Along with offices and meeting rooms, the centerpiece of the renovated building will be the new PCH Rehabilitation Center that will provide therapy services for both PCH campus residents as well as people living at home.
The goal of the PCH Caring for Generations Campaign is $7.5 million. PCH depends on the generous donations and support of the community.