Founded in 1995, St Philips Care is dedicated to providing excellent care, whether it be nursing or social needs. We have specialised units for those who may be more vulnerable in our society.
The St Philips Care Group now comprises 31 homes across the UK. As a vibrant, forward-thinking company, our Operations Team are all experienced Managers with a care/nursing background. Our philosophy is to build stronger relationships with residents, their families and friends as well as health and social care workers, commissioners and local communities.
It is our policy to modernise, refurbish and introduce new additions to each home we acquire, bringing to all, the high standards of facilities we demand. All our homes have plans in progress to introduce new adaptations and enhancements. Whether our homes are purpose designed, or historic country houses which have been at the heart of local communities for decades, the safety, comfort and well being of our residents is paramount in our development programme. Inside our homes we pay great attention to the opinion of our residents, to ensure, the choice of our interior design create a warm and welcoming environment.
As we continue to strive for success we have won a prestigious award for being the “most outstanding” in the UK. In an era of financial astringency, sliding care standards and societal opposition to nursing and care homes St Philips Care has swum against an outgoing tide to lift standards, source investment, raise brand awareness and create warm, welcoming and nurturing homes. St Philips Care is the lighthouse to a generation,” said Esmonde Crawley Editor of Over 50s Housing journals
Our Quality Rating
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspect and regulate our care homes in England.
Each of our home’s individual summary ratings can be found on their own page in the ‘Our Homes’ tab with a link to see the whole report on the CQC website.
The Care Inspectorate inspect and regulate our care homes in Scotland.
OUR QUALITY RATING
The independent regulator of health and social care in England
The Care Inspectorate inspect and regulate our care homes in Scotland
Two student nurses from UWS Dumfries Campus came along to visit Alma as part of their university project looking at promoting physical activity. The students researched literature to see what activities have been researched as being beneficial to the older generation that would benefit all or at least most individuals at Alma house and then came along and carried out these activities with an interactive session of various exercise activities. This has been the 3rd year we have supported the students who are ever so grateful for our support. Our residents had a fun filled afternoon.read more
February has been a very busy month in the care home from Chinese New Year to spreading the love for Valentine’s Day with much more planned for the upcoming months so watch this space.read more
Welcome to our February newsletter, hopefully this will give you a little insight into some of the things we get up to and how we spend some of our time here at The Grange. Below are some of the things we’ve enjoyed so farread more
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