Sunnyside is a focus for clinical services


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

Sunnyside nursing home at Crossgates in Leeds has been operating as a nursing home since February 1988 and has provided an intermediate care service in partnership with Leeds East Primary Care Trust since November 2000. The home has recently secured a further contract to deliver the intermediate care service until 2010. Sunnyside is a small nursing home of 20 beds, five of which are for intermediate care clients who have a period of recuperation and rehabilitation with a view to returning home. This service is supported by consultant geriatrician Professor Graham Mulley. We may be the smallest nursing home in Leeds but we are totally committed to quality care in the community and positive outcomes for our clients in all aspects of their life. We also endeavour to provide support for the team of medical professionals involved in the care of our clients e.g. our nurses, GPs, the intermediate care team and Prof. Mulley. As an initial step we made positive strong links with Sue Gale the community matron, an advan





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