Rectory House Nursing Home in Sompting, West Sussex, has been rated ‘good’ in all areas of its service by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in its most recent report.
Scarlett Macdonald, Home Manager at Rectory House Sussex, said: ‘I want to congratulate all of our staff for their hard work, and say how pleased we are with the positive comments in our service’s CQC’s report. We’re very proud to have achieved ‘Good’ in all areas in our most recent CQC report.’
The CQC report found Rectory House to be good in all areas: as a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led service. The report was published on the CQC website on Monday 16 March 2015.
This CQC report found (see the Summary on page 3) that: ‘Staff knew people well and friendly, caring relationships had been developed. People were encouraged to express their views and how they were feeling.’
The report also stated that: ‘Care plans provided detailed information about people so that staff knew how to care for them in a personalised way. Staff demonstrated that they followed current good practice.
‘People were supported to stay in touch with people that mattered to them. There was a range of activities available for people to engage in at the service.’
The full Care Quality Commission report for Rectory House can be found here.
Rectory House is a stunning Georgian period home in Sompting, West Sussex, which provides residential and nursing care for older people.
You can find out more about Rectory House here, or arrange a visit by calling 01787 372792.