In 1997, the first prospects for the future arose with regard to the Puigcerdà Residence project, an innovative and at the same time environmentally friendly project that aims to create multifunctional facilities that can be adapted to the future, socio-sanitary and residential needs of the population of the region. This project started in 1998 and culminated in its inauguration on May 6, 2000.

The Puigcerdà Residence Hall was conceived as a small town that allows the user to be adapted and in which the care services act according to the criteria of home care rather than as hospitalization units.

It currently has 60 social and healthcare beds, (28 convalescence and 32 long and medium-term stay), 40 residence halls, 20 Day Hospital beds and 10 Day Center beds.

All of the rooms (103) are exterior facing and have been designed to be as sunny as possible and have natural light throughout the day. They are fully equipped and furnished with bathroom and distributed in the following modules:

Long stay, for users with chronic evolutionary and disabling pathologies.

Convalescence, for users who require a rehabilitation of their abilities before going to their family or residential environment.

Psychogeriatrics, for users with significant cognitive impairment.

Public assisted living.

Private residence, for users with a certain degree of autonomy in their activities of daily living.

Hospital and Day Center

Common spaces: rehabilitation room and occupational therapy, two dining rooms, activity room, three reading-television rooms, garden area