Structure Organization

Residenza Monte Buono is a health care residence. The property has been accredited by the Lazio region with the DCA No.184/2014.
The property boasts 60 accredited beds in an organized and welcoming environment. RSA Monte Buono has three modules, one of which 20 beds Low maintenance, dedicated to the care of elderly patients wholly or partially not self-sufficient and two to be 40 beds Maintenance High, dedicated to the reception of elderly people with more serious functional and cognitive deficits, in conditions of considerable dependence.

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The management style, characterized by the “work for interdisciplinary processes” and inspired by strongly shared values, satisfies the welfare needs of the guest in full respect of the dignity of the person and his rights, while ensuring the “open structure” of the residence. Open not only to guests, but also to their families and all citizens, the structure is perfectly integrated into the territory. All organized activities are designed to meet the needs of our Guests, dedicating an important time also to recreational and recreational activities aimed at the recovery and maintenance of residual capabilities.
From an organizational point of view, the structure is divided into two functional areas, the health and administrative and general services, under the guidance of a general management.

LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE: GILOCCHI Giuliano
HEALTH DIRECTOR: DR. DI MINO Andrea
AMMINISTRATION DIRECTOR: Dr. FAMOOS Fabio

In the absence of beds the active RSA of access policies:

  • Eligibility
  • Priority
  • Waiting list

The eligibility and priority criteria are defined by conditions relating to health conditions and territorial origin. Currently the waiting lists in the RSA Monte Buono are not provided, but in the event that their implementation is necessary the criteria will be defined by the permission of the guest to the insertion
waiting list and the date it was entered. In addition, to ensure transparency and updating will be published on the RSA website. To date, rsA’s bed availability is published on the site: when the bed space is available, the guest is contacted and the entrance is scheduled.

TYPE DAY:

Caregivers and nursing workers carry out personal hygiene, changing linen, mobilisation, administration of therapy, possible blood samples, dressings.

Breakfast is served with the help of staff for non-self-employed guests.

In the morning, medical and nursing services are guaranteed; auxiliary staff distributeands and help in the intake of hot or fresh drinks.

Non-self-sufficient guests are assisted by departmental staff. In the afternoon, a few hours are reserved for bed rest, with the possibility, however, of staying in the living rooms. In the meantime, the mobilization of the enticed and the personal intimate hygiene, the change of linen and sanitary pads, the distribution of drinks are guaranteed.

In the early afternoon, a few hours is reserved for bed rest, with the possibility, however, of staying in the living rooms. In the meantime, the mobilization of the enticed and the personal intimate hygiene, the change of linen and sanitary pads, the distribution of drinks are guaranteed.

Physiotherapy and occupational therapy activities continue, both in the wards and in the rooms.

Non-self-sufficient guests are assisted by departmental staff.

At the end of the dinner, the operators provide for the putting to bed of the guests, preparing for the night and administering the evening therapy.

During the night guests are supervised by the staff on duty, who regularly and periodically change the devices for incontinence, the movements provided by the welfare protocol and, in case of need/urgency, the activation of the doctor.

OUR GUESTS ARE PEOPLE, NOT NUMBERS.

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