The Korte Company delivered a groundbreaking memory care facility in the heart of Las Vegas. This project signifies the transition of the Steinberg Diagnostic group from medical imaging to the forefront of memory care.
The Steinberg Memory Care Facility is a single-story wood-framed residential complex designed to cater to individuals facing progressive dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. It features 54 resident units, each providing a secure and comfortable environment for its occupants.
Lumina Las Vegas is the product of a collaboration between the brain research centers at the Cleveland Clinic and the University of Las Vegas. It incorporates state-of-the-art findings in neurodegenerative disease from valued community collaborators to shape the building’s design and functionality. In addition to the internal care provided, the physical therapy gym and multipurpose room are strategically located adjacent to the lobby with the intention to invite the public in for resident interaction, Alzheimer’s and dementia education, and as an added community resource for physical therapy and recovery.
The facility also features a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen with separate servery areas for early-term and late-term treatment areas.
Notably, the Steinberg Memory Care Facility also houses an administrative area, streamlining operations and allowing the staff to focus on their paramount mission: enhancing the well-being of residents. This innovative venture both represents the future of memory care and stands as a symbol of what can be achieved through visionary collaboration in the healthcare industry. It is poised to profoundly impact the lives of those it serves, providing a beacon of hope for individuals and families navigating the challenges of memory-related conditions.