A NURSING HOME was rated “good” by the official health and social authorities.
The Rectory House Nursing Home has been commended for its supportive environment following its recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The home in Sompting accommodates up to 48 seniors and provides residential and care services.
Inspectors highlighted a culture of caring and respect, with staff showing respect for residents.
Relatives praised the nursing staff and informed inspectors that “Relatives are always happy. You are very safe here.”
Inspectors found that staff also spoke positively about the running of the home. One said: “I get along well with the manager. She has a very difficult job, she looks after us and manages the workforce. I have no complaints.”
Caring Homes Rectory House Deputy Manager Larisa Stoica said: “We are very pleased with the findings of our recent CQC report.
“The entire Rectory House team has worked hard to improve the care we provide and it has been great to see how happy our residents are.
“The report also demonstrated how a culture of caring and respect is at the core of our home and how the team is always there to support residents and loved ones.”
Larisa said the next steps include a detailed plan to ensure the home continues to build on the report and work to improve safety measures and consistency at the home.
“At Rectory House we make sure that our entire team is well trained and regularly attends resident-led activities that the whole house will enjoy,” she added.
“It is a privilege to work with such a dedicated and friendly team who are passionate about providing the best possible care for our residents.”
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20615454.nursing-home-sompting-rated-good-care-quality-report/?ref=rss Nursing home in Sompting rated “good” in the nursing quality report