The respite care in our nursing home is second to none and carried out by qualified staff.
Call us on 01306 882 622 in Dorking, Surrey, to learn more.
As a family-run business backed by a wealth of valuable experience, Rose Hill Nursing Home provides clean and safe care for those who wish to enjoy later life in an active yet relaxing environment. From our comfortable accommodation in Dorking, Surrey, to a full range of activities that promote involvement and group input, we provide en-suite facilities, nurse calls, and twin bedrooms for those who prefer the company of others. We also offer respite care, which can help an elderly person to regain their strength and confidence after a stay in hospital before returning home.
Superior Care Tailored to the Individual
Whether you would like us to build your loved one’s confidence after being in hospital or if you are going on holiday and want your relative to enjoy some TLC while you are away, we are able to assist you. Rose Hill Nursing Home offers varied, wholesome meals that cater for the individual needs of each client and visitors are always welcome to stay for lunch. All of our staff are trained to the latest NVQ standards and supervised by our vastly experienced home manager. At our reputable nursing home, we also offer structured input through the use of varied activity sessions that encourage individual participation. We provide:
- Warm, Comfortable Accommodation
- Regular Activities to Encourage Participation
- En-Suite Bathroom Facilities
- Varied, Nourishing Meals
- Single and Twin Bedrooms
- A Location Close to Local Shops and Facilities
- Easy Access via Public Transport
- Picturesque Surroundings
Whether your loved one would like their own room or prefer to share with someone as they enjoy the company of others, we are flexible. We concentrate on treating our clients as individuals, and they can choose how they spend their day as much as is possible – in the privacy of their own room, with their fellow residents in the lounge/dining room, or a bit of both.
Group of Specialists on Hand
We always ensure that we have a wide range of different specialists that come in on a weekly basis to ensure our clients’ needs are always met. A physiotherapist comes in on a weekly basis for those with limited mobility and a chiropodist that offers specialist care. Our guests enjoy having their nutritious meals provided, their laundry organised, and receiving help 24 hours a day at the touch of a call bell. It can give an elderly person an idea of the expectations of full-time care and most are pleasantly surprised. Other specialists that come in on a regular basis include:
Hairdresser - Optician - Dentist - GP
Catering to Specific Dietary Requirements
Each client’s needs are monitored and everything required will be prepared by our team of professionals. We provide a helpful, accommodating service by keeping our clients’ interests in mind at all times and utilise a wealth of useful facilities.
Engaging in Local Community Life
At RoseHill Nursing Home, we take our clients out regularly to local shops and other places nearby to ensure they are still a part of the community. Visitors from local churches also come and see us. To enquire, simply call us or come in and take a look around at our nursing home. Alternatively, you can request one of our brochures, and discover more here. Our professionals are always more than happy to help with any enquiries or questions.
Positive Feedback from CQC
When the CQC (Care Quality Commission) made an unannounced visit to our nursing home, we were awarded ‘Good’ in all five areas, which is quite an achievement. We always receive excellent feedback from our residents and their relatives, however to receive great acknowledgement from a regulatory body is something very special.
On the 26th November 2015, we were visited by two inspectors on behalf of CQC
We were put on the spot as the visit was unexpected and had to provide a vast amount of evidence to provide that our nursing home was compliant in all five areas. Extensive checks were made to ensure that Rose Hill Nursing Home’s services were:
Questions on the day were asked of staff, residents, relatives, and visitors. Routines of the day were observed, such as medication administration, meal times, social interaction, and the day-to-day running of the home. The comments from both inspectors on the day were very positive and encouraging, and then we just had to wait for their written report to come through. This was issued on 22 January 2016 and we achieved ‘Good’ in all five areas. Under the new inspection protocol, this was no mean feat. It was great to have our hard work and commitment to care acknowledged by a regulatory body like CQC.