Care home staff and over 150 guests, including recent Big Brother runner up Councillor Joel Williams, were delighted when representatives from the Royal Gwent Hospital League of Friends officially opened Newport's newest care facility, Barchester Healthcare’s Bryn Ivor Lodge Care Home, on 22nd July.
Children from Queen Boudica School, accompanied by staff from Woodland View Care Home, have buried a time capsule in the new home’s grounds on Turner Road.
Fernando Castillo is an RGN at Queens Court Care Home in Wimbledon, where he has worked for 4 years. Barchester is proud to announce that Fernando has been shortlisted in the Rising Star category at the Nursing Times Awards 2015.
Barchester Healthcare’s Health and Safety team were delighted to collect a RoSPA Gold Award for Occupational Health and Safety at an awards presentation held on 16th June at the ExCel, London.
National care provider Barchester Healthcare has offered Colchester locals a glimpse of the new care home under construction on Turner Road.
Mark McDonald, General Manager of the newly named Woodland ViewCare Home, was joined by Edward Pentney Chief Officerat Age UKto cut the ribbon of the brand new Marketing Suite.
Care provider Barchester Healthcare celebrated Carers Week 2015 (8th - 14th June) by sending baskets of sweets to every Barchester care home across the UK.
The tuck-shop treats were a thank you to Barchester’s 9,000 carers, who they believe are the best in the business.
Barchester care homes across the UK are celebrating Barchester’s Charitable Foundation Week (25th to 31st May) with tea parties, cake sales and a hunt for Barchy Bear, the charity’s adorable mascot.
The newly appointed Chairman of Selby District Council, Richard Sweeting, is kick-starting an initiative to create the first Dementia Friendly Council in the UK, with support from care home provider Barchester Healthcare.
The naming of Tom Bowdidge Boulevard at Barchester's new home in Colchester celebrates the friendship between Woodland View and the Tom Bowdidge Foundation and shows the care home’s commitment to supporting organisations and individuals in the local area.
Barchester's Charitable Foundation’s objective is to come up with practical solutions that help people become more self-sufficient and independent in their lives. This is achieved by awarding grants to people to pay for healthcare-related instruments that are often unobtainable on state funding.
Barchester Care Homes across the UK