Oak House Residential Home, in Greetham, rated good by Care Quality Commission inspection
A care home has maintained its good rating following an inspection.
Oak House Residential Home, in Greetham, received an overall good rating from the Care Quality Commission, the independent health and social care regulator.
The inspection took place on March 10 partly because of concerns received about Oak House's response to a fall and their 'processes for notifying the CQC about incidents'.
The Main Street home had 16 residents aged 65 and over at the time.
But according to its report, published earlier this month, no evidence was found 'that people were at risk of harm from this concern'.
"Staff understood their responsibilities to protect people from abuse and avoidable harm," it said.
"Risks were assessed and managed. The provider made changes when concerns were identified so people were safe and risks were reduced."
The report also found the service was clean, and that staff followed infection and prevention control systems.
Residents felt safe and found staff and managers 'open, accessible and approachable'.