Nursing and Care Home unveils new name
Nursing and Care Home in Burnham-On-Sea has been renamed Priory
Court Care & Nursing Home following a glowing inspection repoort
that praised its facilities and service.
rebranding announcement this week comes after the Care Quality Commission
(CQC) rated its service as 'Good' in all areas.
wanted to mark this new chapter for our care and nursing home with
a new name," Home Manager Raji Sunil explained to Burnham-On-Sea.com.
made many positive changes here; from a complete refurbishment of
the top floor and communal areas, new staff and management team
and now our overall Good CQC report. We felt that the time was right
to announce a change of name."
name 'Priory Court' ensures that links to the local area in Burnham-On-Sea
are retained and the former use of the buildings as a convent is
Court Care and Nursing Home offers nursing, residential and dementia
care for up to 71 residents.
team at Priory Court Care & Nursing Home, pictured below,
are committed to further development of their staff skills base
and are working towards their Gold Standards Framework accreditation
in End of Life care.
CQC report rated the care home good in all areas, highlighting that
staff were kind, caring and compassionate and supported people's
dignity and independence.
are delighted with the report findings", said Alykhan Kachra,
Managing Director of Country Court Care.
Manager Raji Sunil and her staff team here at The Burnham have worked
incredibly hard over the past months. Their determination to provide
the very best care for our residents is reflected in the positive
comments in the report."
report found the home to be caring and noted how staff knew people
well and treated them as individuals. One person commented, "Yes,
they are kind and caring. I am very happy. You never really want
to move into care but I have been pleasantly surprised how easy
they made it for me." People said that they were looked after
by kind and caring staff, saying "The staff are nice and they
care". And "There are some really lovely staff here".
report noted several examples of good person-centred care, with
people's privacy and dignity respected and their independence promoted.
One person told the inspectors how kind staff were when they helped
them with personal care. They said, "They help me but don't
take over that is important to me." Another person said, "They
respect me and are really kind."
were complimentary about the catering and food at the home, the
inspectors noticed that people's individual dietary requirements
were well catered for. They also observed support for residents
requiring help at meal times was given in a discreet and dignified
full CQC report is available