Oakfield Care Home in Bath
We are planning the re-development of Oakfield Care Home as the facilities and environment at the home are not aligned to the standards we expect, and strive for at Barchester Healthcare. Due to the significant work needed, we are sorry to say that we are not able to do this whilst residents are living in the home, so have made the difficult decision to close the home whilst we do this. We hope that this would be completed in 2021, but it is not possible to say for sure.
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Oakfield Care Home is located just north of Bath’s historic city centre a short distance from all the area’s amenities. You’ll find us near to the Botanical Gardens and the Royal United Hospital. With 26 bedrooms, offering nursing care and respite care, Oakfield is a close-knit community of staff and residents.
We want every day at Oakfield to be as good as it can be. It’s why we deliver care based around a complete understanding of each resident’s needs. This means we’ll create the right environment to keep you well and happy. You’ll decide how you want to live; we’ll make sure you always feel valued and comfortable.
Activities vary each week: from animal therapy and pampering, to quizzes and film afternoons. And everything’s flexible – if it’s sunny we try and get outside, so everyone can appreciate the best of the day. We’ve built excellent links to the community, allowing residents to continue their lives outside the home with ease. We make regular trips out into the community and have recently visited the local school for an opera afternoon, Royal Victoria Park, and a petting farm. We often have local entertainers, musicians, comedians and school children performing at the home too.
We have a spacious dining room on the ground floor, overlooking our tranquil garden, and meals are prepared by our Chef at the home. Our dining room always becomes a hub of conversation and laughter, and mealtimes give even our more frail residents a chance to come together and socialise. Whether it’s a traditional roast with all the trimmings or afternoon tea on the patio balcony, we encourage our residents to make the most of living in a friendly environment. There will be plenty of people to meet, and a lot of stories to share.
Read our brochure ‘Life in our home. Providing care through coronavirus’ for more information on how we’re here to help you and your loved one.
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.Read more
Respite / Short stay
- Wi-fi available
- En-suite rooms
- Step-free access
- Hairdressing salon
- Access to kitchen facilities
- Choice of lounges
- Nutritious & delicious menus
- Flexible mealtimes
- Disabled bathroom
- Disabled WC/facilities
- Disabled parking
- Disability awareness/equality training
- En-suite toilet
- En-suite toilet plus bath/shower
- Furnished rooms and own furniture welcomed
- Nurse call system
The dedicated and experienced team are passionate about providing quality care to each individual living at the home.
Hi, my name is Kristyna, and I am the General Manager here at Oakfield. Welcome to our website!
I am a qualified nurse and have been for over 10 years, I have been working here at Oakfield Care Home for 9 months and really enjoy supporting our residents and staff.
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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.Our people
Barchester’s Charitable Foundation distributes over £150,000 per year to individuals and small community groups/charities across England, Scotland and Wales.Find out more
Life at Oakfield Care Home
Ensuring that we deliver high quality care to those we support isn’t our only priority here – we also want to offer excitement and, most importantly, to ensure that everyone feels at home. That is why we employ trained staff who are committed to delivering a stimulating activities programme and nutritious cuisine, which are supplemented by services and facilities that are designed to make life here as pleasant as possible.