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- Purpose Built Home
- Lift and/or Stairlift
- Wheelchair Access
- Specialist Lifting/Bathing Equipment
- Nurse Call System
- Retain Own GP
- Residents Can Bring Their Own Furniture
- Near Shops
- Mini Bus or Other Transport
- Activities and Excursions
Resident or Visiting Professionals
- Specialist Nurses
Queen Elizabeth Park is an excellent 77 single room private purpose-built luxury care home, offering it's residents a safe, very friendly and warm environment to enjoy the good things in life without the day-to-day worries. The home is divided into three offering residential care, nursing and dementia care. It is close to local shops and a short drive from Guildford town centre, making it easy for residents to continue their own interests and feel an integral part of the local community. All residents have their own spacious bedroom with en-suite facilities and are invited to bring their own small items of furniture, ornaments, pictures, photographs and special mementos to make them feel at home. Residents are of varying ages and come from different walks of life, each with their own interests, hobbies, likes and dislikes. Queen Elizabeth Park's Activities Co-ordinator ensures that there is always something going on. Residents can choose to take part in keep fit classes, quiz nights and bridge evenings or enjoy their talking newspapers and the classical music club. Others, love to be entertained by their musical matinee, poetry readings, exercise sessions, film projections, adventurous outings and entertainment groups. Alternatively, for those who prefer, it is always possible to find seclusion and a quiet corner in which to read a book from their well-stocked library, listen to music or simply relax in the garden. Food is where life at Queen Elizabeth Park comes into it's own - a little bit of what you fancy prepared by a professional chef who delights in seeing residents really enjoying their food. Residents can choose where they eat, so if they fancy breakfast in bed it's an excellent way to start the day, or if the weather is fine they may prefer to dine outside in the garden. Queen Elizabeth Park has implemented the Gold Standard Framework to their care planning process and been awarded a Gold Standards Framework Award. The Gold Standards Framework is an accredited award which promotes excellence in end of life care for people. It enables the home to manage people's goals and expectations. People and their families have a large input into the care plans, which has been shown to be clearly evidenced. The care is very personalised and is carefully audited and evaluated to ensure that all residents receive the very best of care. The manager and staff work very closely with local organisations, and have forged good relationships with other health care professionals, welcoming input from local GP's PCT lead nurses, psychiatry at Farnham Road and McMillan nursing. They also work closely with the Alzheimer's Society, relatives and residents support groups, and through its range of care services is able to offer residents a seamless delivery of services through time as specific needs arise. If you would like to see daily life at Queen Elizabeth Park or you would like to ask any questions about respite, residential or nursing care, why not telephone the Manager, Kathy Martin on 0845 409 4812, who will be happy to show you around and answer any questions that you may have.
Our Mission To improve and make a difference to the lives we touch through the delivery of high quality health care and a deep sense of compassion. Our teams of staff are the vital link between our care homes and our residents our patients and their relatives. They are the very service we provide and the very product we deliver - they are our most valuable resource. Achievement of our vision comes only through the talents and extraordinary dedication that our staff bring to their jobs each and every day. Vision Carebase will set the standard in residential, nursing and rehabilitative care through social and clinical excellence and responsiveness to the unique needs of every patient and resident who has chosen to make a Carebase care home their home. We will be the recognised leader in social and clinical quality, customer satisfaction and physical standards, in every market we serve. Core Values * Care & Compassion for every life we touch * Respect & Appreciation for each other * Teamwork & Enjoyment in working together * Focus & Discipline on improving the quality of care * Creativity & Innovation to develop effective solutions * Honesty & Integrity in all dealings * We will provide an environment that residents, their families, staff and our communities are proud of * We will sustainably fulfil our mission and vision by building a strong financial platform.
Our brochure can only provide a flavour of everything Queen Elizabeth Park has to offer. To fully appreciate the warm, friendly and caring atmosphere of our home, we invite you, your relatives and your friends to visit us, at any time and as often as you wish, before making your choice. If you would like to contact us before your visit with any questions you may have, please call us on 0845 409 1521. We look forward to welcoming you when you visit Queen Elizabeth Park, where it will be our pleasure to personally show you around. Queen Elizabeth Park private care home is easily accessible. From the North Leave the A3 at the Burpham exit and at the second roundabout take the second exit onto the A3100 (Clay Lane). Or from the next exit turn right on to the A320. Then at the T junction go left onto the A320; at the first roundabout take the second exit into Salt Box Road. At the first set of traffic lights turn left into Grange Road; then take a right into Henderson Avenue. Take the first right will bring you into Hallowes Close, Queen Elizabeth Park in at the end on the right hand side. From the South Leave the A3 at the Guidford exit and turn left onto the A322 signposted to Bagshot. At the first roundabout take the third exit (Cumberland Avenue); continue over the next mini roundabout into Grange Road. Next turn right into Henderson Avenue. Take the first right, which will bring you into Hallowes Close, Queen Elizabeth Park in at the end on the right hand side.