We provide nursing care in a variety of specialised units offering full and continuous care tailored to the specific needs of clients. This is developed through the pre-admission process where we create an individual and detailed care-plan that encompasses specific nursing requirements. We provide care in a beautiful environment that is designed to uplift our clients and provide comfort in a modern, purpose-built facility.
We offer nursing care services for clients in our Moundsley House, Buckingham House and Kenilworth House. Moundsley House is a forty five bed Home for people with mild to moderate dementia care together with nursing needs.
Buckingham House is for nursing clients with little or no dementia and Kenilworth House is our advanced nursing dementia Home. These nursing Units are led by a Unit Manager supported by a team of qualified nurses and care workers.
We work closely with the NHS and surrounding Local Authorities to try to ensure smooth transitions for patients from hospital into Nursing Homes in an effort to prevent “bed blocking” wherever possible.
We always carry out an assessment for any prospective resident to ensure that we can meet their needs. We also ascertain at assessment what type of equipment is required such as the type of bed, mattress etc so that everything is in place prior to admission. All new admissions are registered with a local GP who visits the Nursing Care Homes on a regular basis. We also have out of hours cover.
Our nurses are encouraged to further their own development by taking up additional training which in turn enables us to care for people with complex nursing needs within the Nursing Homes on our Moundsley Hall Care Village.
We also assist in attempting to get NHS Continuing Health Care funding if we feel a resident meets the criteria. Our nurses are able to complete the required check list which is sent to the NHS which will trigger a full assessment by a trained nurse assessor. We ensure that all appropriate documentation is available to the assessor and a nurse who knows the patient will attend the assessment.