Barchester completes new-build in Surrey

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

Barchester Healthcare will open a new purpose-built care home in Oxted, Surrey in early May. The 75-bed Tandridge Heights Memorial Care Home will offer nursing care as well as specialist services for those with dementia in a separate, dedicated “Memory Lane” community. Ten of the 75 beds have been commissioned by the East Surrey Primary Care Trust (PCT) to help support older people being discharged from hospital. Tandridge Heights is the latest home to join the Barchester Healthcare family, after four years of development following the closure of the Oxted and Limpsfield War Memorial Hospital – the site on which the new home was built. Barchester Healthcare1s group of 163 homes provide high quality care in comfortable surroundings and the company says Tandridge Heights will continue this tradition, with highly qualified staff dedicated to looking after the needs of each and every resident.

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