Stamford’s Priory Court Care Home is rated ‘good’ in all categories

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The recently refurbished Priory Court Care Home in Stamford has been scored ‘Good’ in all categories by the Care Quality Commission following a recent unannounced inspection.

The CQC grades the services delivered in care homes in five categories – safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led – and found that Priory Court and its staff scored consistently highly throughout.

The home is now owned and operated by national care provider Avery Healthcare. Avery has invested over £1.2million in the comprehensive refurbishment of Priory Court and the improvement of its care services.

Priory Court Manager Linda Donnellan-Beevers said: “We are thrilled to be able to celebrate this achievement. At Priory Court we have a philosophy and commitment to promoting independence and choice for our residents, supported by the highest quality care. It is a care home with a difference, where every resident joining us makes a positive choice about their future.”

The report said: “Staff delivered the care that was planned and kept people at the centre of the care giving process.”