Londonderry Village is an outreach ministry of the Church of the Brethren and is committed to providing quality housing, healthcare and supportive services in an attitude of love and servanthood.
The Home will act and manage within Christian values of conduct and belief.
The value of each individual will be reflected at all times through honesty, fairness, respect for and service towards residents, families, employees, visitors, guests, co-workers and volunteers.
The Home ministers to the individual physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of those under its care.
Cooperation and communication are integral components contributing to the Home’s Mission. Teamwork is the foundation for success.
Each staff member is an important contributor to the Home’s goal fo providing the highest quality of services and care.
The Home will reflect its attitude of servanthood through its programs, facilities and financial stewardship.
Monitoring of the Home’s services and operations is an ongoing process in order to maintain quality services and fiscal integrity.
Londonderry Village has a long tradition of providing healthcare services to older adults in a way that demonstrates Christian love and compassion. We strive to follow our faith-based heritage of ethical and moral decision making in the care we provide. This heritage enables us to share our values with the elders we serve.
The healthcare industry is constantly changing and being impacted by numerous laws and regulations. Our Compliance and Ethics Program supports Team Members in making the right decisions and complying with these laws and regulations. The Code of Conduct represents the primary focus for our Compliance and Ethics Program and not only reflects our heritage and values but also serves as a bold statement that influences how we enhance an elder’s quality of life.
The Compliance and Ethics Program and the Code of Conduct exist to guide our normal decisions that are both ethical and compliant with applicable laws, statutes, and regulations. Our Code of Conduct does not replace each person’s obligation in making wise, fair, and honest decisions. It is intended to explain our personal and organizational responsibility and to reflect those areas in which improper or unwise decisions can harm our entire organization and impair our commitment to share Christian love and compassion to those we serve.
We use the term Team Member to define the various individuals who are associated with Londonderry Village. Team Members include employees, contractors, vendors, volunteers, directors, and officers.
Our Code of Conduct is available for viewing here.