Meadow Park Care Home

Choppington Road

Bedlington

NE22 6LA

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01670 751 473

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Meadow Park Care Home in Bedlington

Meadow Park is a purpose-built home offering 24-hour residential care to older people, including people living with dementia, who are supported in a specialised Memory Lane Community. We're located in Bedlington, near to both Newcastle and Morpeth and close to the coast, too. We have our own gardens, which many residents help care for.

Our approach to care is based on a right to dignity, choice and independence. Every resident has a care plan, which records needs, likes and dislikes. It forms the basis for planning mealtimes so that everyone gets what they most like to eat, for individual and group activities and for helping sustain social lives. Residents and relatives are at the centre of the care planning process, which is reviewed at least monthly, and a nominated key worker helps to ensure that residents and families have someone they know they can turn to for advice and help.

It’s always best to visit yourself and come to your own conclusions: we welcome visitors and calls.

Types of care

Striving for the highest possible quality care at our home is at the centre of everything we do, and helping residents to maintain their independence, dignity and individuality for as long as possible is an important goal for all who work here. Personal needs and desires are always taken into consideration, so that we can deliver the best quality, bespoke care to everyone we support.

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Residential care

Dementia care

Respite / Short stay

Facilities

  • Wi-fi available
  • En-suite rooms
  • Step-free access
  • Hairdressing salon

On-site

  • Access to kitchen facilities
  • Activity classes
  • Activity room
  • Day trips

Accessibility

  • Disabled bathroom
  • Disabled WC/facilities
  • Disabled parking
  • Disability awareness/equality training

Accommodation

  • En-suite toilet
  • Room with garden views
  • TV in bedroom

Our Team

The dedicated and experienced team are passionate about providing quality care to each individual living at the home.

Vicky Mallaburn

Vicky Mallaburn

Deputy Manager

Hi, my name is Vicky and am the general manager here at Meadow Park. Welcome to our website!

I have worked at Meadow Park since 2014 and have been with Barchester since 2010. I was initially a bank care assistant and, after a lot of hard work, I eventually progressed to management level.

I have qualifications in leadership and health & social care, which allow me to bring a certain level of knowledge and expertise to the home.

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Our staff are like family

At Barchester, we’re cultivating an environment where you’ll have more than just a career – you’ll have a family.

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Barchester’s Charitable Foundation distributes over £150,000 per year to individuals and small community groups/charitieacross England, Scotland and Wales.

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Life at Meadow Park Care Home

Life at our home is composed of many key elements, not least of all, a dedicated team who strive to deliver high quality care, exciting activities and delicious food for the individuals we support. These services are enhanced by our excellent facilities, which serve to make residents’ time here as comfortable as possible.

Food & Nutrition

Food and nutrition

We offer a constantly evolving menu that caters to the tastes and dietary requirements of those we support.

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Activities & events

Activities

Our activities programme is planned with individual tastes in mind, and residents always have the opportunity to try new and exciting things.

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Care & Facilities

Care & facilities’

Our facilities are designed to the highest standards and the care we provide is delivered by passionate and highly-trained professionals.

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What people say about us

Meadow Park Care Home

CQC Overall rating

Good

04 October 2017

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