Mission Care reopens Homefield


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

Following a multi-million pound extension and renovation programme, Mission Care has reopened the Homefield care home with nursing in Bromley, Kent. Forty-four older residents with mental health needs are now being cared for at the home. Mission Care, a charity with care homes in Bromley and South East London, has operated a care home on the Homefield site for more than 50 years. The original home had been a halfway house for older people who, following hospitalisation were not yet able to look after themselves. Mission Care chief executive Colin Bloom said there had been a number of redevelopments over the years in keeping with the charity¹s policy of providing modern facilities for its residents. “Mission Care exists solely for the purpose of caring for our residents,” said Mr Bloom. “We have invested heavily into Homefield so that it is an ideal environment for our residents to live and receive care and support.”





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