Welcome to Broadway Lodge.

Thanks for visiting our website, we hope you find some useful information here.  Broadway Lodge is a 114 bedroom care home situated just outside Granville Island in Vancouver. We are a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certified site (RHF-916-00731). 

At the Lodge we strive to affirm the dignity of the individual, and encourage participation of both the resident and family in decision-making. We endeavour to create and maintain a caring environment for residents, families, staff, and volunteers.

As a dynamic organization, we continually strive to improve services and programs towards the excellence modeled by Christ’s life and teachings.

We are celebrating 40 years in senior care.

We are proud to have as our motto “excellence in care”.


Essential Visitor Application & Appeals Process

Should you wish to inquire as to your qualification to become an ‘essential visitor’, please follow the instructions below.

Specifically, essential visitors/visits are linked with an essential need that could NOT be met in the absence of the essential visit. Lodge staff will review individual situations and determine if a visit is essential. An essential visit is limited to one visitor per resident within the Lodge at a time (except in the case of palliative/end of life care). An essential visit is NOT a social visit. The following constitute an essential visit:

  • Visits for compassionate care, including critical illness, palliative care, hospice care, and end of life;
  • Visits paramount to the resident’s physical care and mental well-being (e.g. assistance with feeding, mobility, personal care or communication, assistance by designated representatives for persons with disabilities); and
  • Visits for supported decision-making.

To apply to see if you might qualify as an essential visitor, you may make a request to the clinical lead, Nikki Sykes () or call the Lodge at 604-733-1441 local 230. She will review on a case by case basis and determine if a visit is deemed essential. Should you not agree with the result of the review, you have the right to appeal. To appeal this process, your first step is to contact Rosemary Dunne at or call local 228 to make an appointment. Please state clearly that you are appealing an essential visitor decision. Should the decision be upheld and you still disagree, you may then contact the Patient Care Quality Office (PCQO) to have this decision reassessed at or call 1-877-993-9199. 

Current Visitation Mask Rules

All visitors must first be screened, as required by the Provincial Health Order, prior to entering the Lodge.

Please note that the current regulations for visitors are as follows. Visitors who have shown proof of receiving two doses of vaccine are able to remove their masks when visiting privately with a resident (either in their room or in the garden.) Those who do not show proof of vaccination must wear a mask at ALL times. Visitors, regardless of vaccination status, MUST wear a mask in ALL common areas and continue to socially distance from residents other than their loved one.

We continue to make our very best efforts to ensure the best care and quality of life for all residents in our care and look forward to getting past this last leg of this pandemic marathon. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. Wishing you all the best in health and safety!

Broadway Lodge Management


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