The Malta Independent 27 November 2014, Thursday

Homes For the elderly

Malta Independent Thursday, 28 October 2010, 00:00 Last update: about 7 months ago

There are 17 homes for the elderly run by the Church, 13 run privately and eight run by the State, Health Minister Joe Cassar told Anthony Agius Decelis (PL). They are:

Church-run

Apap Institute (St Venera, 40); Casa Leone XIII (St Julian’s, 75), Dar Hanin Samaritan (St Venera, 26), Dar Madre Margerita (Qormi, 23), Dar Sagra Familja (Naxxar, 85), Dar San Guzepp (Zebbug, 14), Dar San Pietru (Lija, 17), Dar Sant’Anna (Senglea, 32), Dar Saura (Rabat, 65), Dar Trionfi (Rabat, Gozo, 5), Dar tal-Kleru (Fleur de Lys, 51), Pax et Bonum (Mosta, 92), Porziuncola House (Mgarr, 7), St Catherine’s Home (Attard, 96), St Dominic House (Victoria, Gozo, 25), St Paul’s Home (Hamrun, 80) and St Theresa (Victoria, Gozo, 8).

Private

Age Concern (Mosta, 103), Casa Antonia (Balzan, 130), Casa Arkati (Mosta, 109), Casa Serena (Bugibba, 114), Charella (Sliema, 42), Charian (Marsascala, 32), Marina Palace (Msida, 93), Sa Maison (Pieta, 85), St Mark’s (Msida, 19), Villa Messina (Rabat, 138), Roseville (Balzan, 105) and Villa Robinich (Fgura, 60).

Government

Cospicua (130), Floriana (45), Gzira (31), Mellieha (130), Mosta (68), Msida (64), Mtarfa (123), and Zejtun (167).

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