Broomy Hill Nursing Home in Hereford is in a pleasant residential area of this historic city and specialises in the care of those with complex and physical health needs associated with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Situated over two floors, our home offers a comfortable, supportive, and accessible home-from-home environment where residents feel safe and reassured.
We also have a central courtyard and a garden that surrounds virtually all sides of the building ensuring plenty of natural light floods the home.
At Broomy Hill we are passionate about providing the highest standards of dementia care and create personalised care plans for each individual resident that addresses their physical, mental, and spiritual needs to ensure daily life is as fulfilling as possible.
Our team of specialist Nurses and trained Carers compassionately deliver these plans and regularly review them to ensure the resident is always getting the best possible care. We also work closely with a range of health professionals to support and improve residents’ health and well-being.
At our dementia care home in Hereford, dining is an important element of our care. Using fresh ingredients, and as much as possible, local produce, homemade classic dishes are cooked on-site ensuring that each dish is nutritious, balanced, and flavoursome.
For those living with dysphagia, we prepare pureed foods and smoothies that are easier to swallow and look appealing to eat.
Physical and mental activities are important for cognitive health, and we encourage resident to get involved in the daily activities. Based on personal care plans, meaningful activities such as games, exercise and music and art are organised by our dedicated Activities Co-ordinators.
And when weather permits, residents are encouraged to plant and potter in the garden’s raised flowers beds.
Manager: Nicola Oldham
Tel. 01432 274474
Broomy Hill was inspected by the Care Quality Commission on 20th April 2021 for Nursing Home services and rated overall as Requires Improvement. A copy of the CQC report published 19th June 2021 is available below on the CQC website.
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