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Mission, vision and values

Geriatric Borja Center


The Borja Geriatric Center,  based on principles and values of Christian humanism, provides specialized socio-health services through personalized, comprehensive and quality care to all residents and users, .


The Centre’s vision is to promote and consolidate a quality social-health organization with ability to adapt and develop and provide holistic care of the elderly.

Be a reference in the Marina Alta for its proactivity in the development of a model of attention that focuses on the individual, dignifying, empowering and to increase the autonomy of their life project. Develop innovative projects and provide quality services. To build an efficient, flexible and transparent organization formed by highly trained and versatile professionals. Achieve a stable, balanced and sustainable financing. To seek the continuous improvement of our services, the improvement of the quality of life of the people served, with capacity to adapt to change and open to the coordination of efforts and resources with other public and private organizations.


√ Social commitment and Solidarity.  It is the way to make effective the need to improve and humanize our society, identifying ourselves with the philosophy of the non-profit sector.

√ Comprehensive care through assistance programs with ethical behaviour and transparency in their actions that cover all the needs of residents and users, with special attention to the physical, mental, social and spiritual dimensions.

√ Constant search for the welfare and satisfaction of residents and users, family members, workers and volunteers.

√ Respect for the rights of the residents, their freedom and ability to choose, the promotion of personal autonomy as a basis for comprehensive care.

√ Workers are key players in this process. For them, a labor policy based on team spirit, staff stability and continuous training is articulated.

√ Human and spiritual attention. The implementation of positive attitudes, such as respect, proximity, empathy and trust, by the staff of the center, and the programming of religious activities, are two of the transversal axes of the center.

Transparency and ethics in our actions and in the management of our resources. Quality and professionalism in carrying out all our activities.