Prime Care, owning Daffodil Lodge Care Home and Marina Care Home now has a ‘Good’ rating across the group from their latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection.
CQC is the independent regulator of Healthcare and Adult Social Care Services in England, making sure registered care homes meet government standards of quality and safety.
As part of the inspection, CQC looked at the improvements made since the last inspections and confirmed that the management team had worked hard to improve the standards of care and support.
The inspection detailed positive feedback from residents and staff while noting the home’s calm and friendly feel.
Adam Holmes, Home Manager at Marina Care Home, said:
“We are absolutely delighted to receive this rating which is great recognition for the hard work and dedication of our staff.
“This achievement reflects the continuous effort and commitment we put into providing the highest standard of care and support to all our residents.
“We couldn’t have achieved this without the unwavering trust and support from our residents and their families. We’re so proud that Prime Care is now rated ‘Good’ overall from our latest inspection.
“It’s important that staff, residents and their families feel comfortable at the home, we are committed to ensuring the Prime Care group is a wonderful place to live and work.”
Find out more about Daffodil Lodge here.