Trinity opens Hillside home in Aylesbury

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

Trinity Care plc opened its newest home in Aylesbury in early February. Hillside nursing home is a purpose designed and built 67-bed nursing home with accommodation for 43 frail elderly residents, a wing of thirteen beds being provided on contract to Buckinghamshire Health Authority and eleven beds for young disabled people. The contract is one of a number which Trinity Care is picking up across the country. Soon after Hillside was opened, 13 elderly residents from Stoke Mandeville NHS Trust¹s Constable ward were transferred to the home. Trinity chief executive David Henderson said detailed negotiations were held between Buckinghamshire Health Authority, the Stoke Mandeville NHS Trust and Trinity Care for more than a year, with a steering group being formed to ensure the prime aim of “sustaining the quality of life for patients within a homely environment” was met by the move. “The atmosphere at Hillside will be more homely, with each resident having their own purpose designed room,” Mr Henderson said. “The

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