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Welcoming new residents

We are continuing to welcome new residents and patients into our care homes and hospitals, so please contact your local Barchester care home or hospital if you are looking for care or need any help or advice.

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Visiting Residents

Visiting Residents

We understand how important is it to be able to visit your loved ones in the safest way possible and we offer a variety of different visiting options including designated visitors inside our homes, or others outside or in a visiting suite.  Our online visitor booking system is an easy and convenient way of choosing a time to visit.

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Award-winning care for over 25 years

Welcome to Barchester Healthcare, where we specialise in delivering top quality care to the people living in our well staffed, comfortable, secure and happy homes.

Here's to continuing to celebrate life in our care homes.

About us and our people

At Barchester, people are at the heart of everything we do. From supporting our residents to enjoy meaningful everyday activities, providing comforting, nutritious meals, to maintaining warm and happy environments, our team ensure they get to know every resident individually, to help support them to live life the way they choose.

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Coronavirus

Barchester Healthcare and the UK Coronavirus outbreak

This page was last updated on 20th July 2021.

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Healthcare news (industry news)

Blood pressure pills could slow cognitive decline

Memory decline in the elderly could be slowed down by common blood pressure pills, a new study has suggested. Scientists at the University of California in the US have discovered that certain types of medication prescribed to prevent hypertension can improve memory recall rates.

Dementia

US man becomes first in the world to receive new Alzheimer’s drug

The first infusion of a newly approved Alzheimer’s disease drug has been administered to a man in the US. Aducanumab was only given the green light by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on June 7th, but has already been prescribed to 70-year-old Marc Archambault from Rhode Island.