Russell Churcher Court has been rated Good in its latest Care Quality Commission inspection.
The 44-bed care home was praised for placing residents and their relatives at the heart of care planning and chief executive Anne Taylor said she was pleased that the care home has been rated Good in all areas of inspection.
“We have an overall Good rating and the Care Quality Commission has also rated us as Good in safety, caring, effective, being responsive and also being a well-led organisation,” said Anne.
“All of the staff work extremely hard to ensure that our residents enjoy the best possible life here at Russell Churcher Court and this latest rating supports everyone’s tremendous efforts.”
The Care Quality Commission found that residents feel safe and comfortable in the care home and that Thorngate’s core values centre on optimising people’s human rights and guiding staff to respect their individuality.
It also praised the programme of activities to ensure that all residents were stimulated and said that the overall service was well managed.
“It is vitally important to us that our residents are safe and happy here and that families are confident when looking for a care home for their loved one that they will be well looked after and that the staff really do care about their family member,” said Anne. “This report illustrates that we are successfully doing this for all of our residents.”