Architect turns out an award-winning design with St Vincent’s

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Designed by DWA Architects, Care UK’s St Vincent’s care home in Hammersmith, London, is a three storey 92-bed care home with nursing, including severe dementia facilities.

Provided at ground floor is a unit providing care on a day visit basis for at least 40 local people, which includes rehabilitation, activity, dining, bathing and rest areas.

DWA chief executive David Ward said

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