Frank Foster House celebrates Outstanding CQC Status

July 5, 2018

Frank Foster House care home in Theydon Bois, Essex, held celebrations on Thursday 28 June 2018 to mark their new ‘Outstanding’ status, recently awarded by the Care Quality Commission. The 80 bedroom residential care home, situated in Loughton Lane, now falls within the top 2% of care homes in the country with an Outstanding status. 

The team at Frank Foster House are delighted to be recognised for the high level of professional care it provides for its residents.  Home Manager, Cheryl Wright,commented at the event, “I am so proud to be the manager of Frank Foster House; this achievement is absolutely fantastic for us.  My team are passionate about providing the best level ofcare and a wonderful living environment for our residents.  I’d like to thank our guests for attending today to help us celebrate – the residents have all loved it too.”

Frank Foster House provides residential care for older people, including those living with dementia.  This top care home also offers short stay and respite care for those looking for temporary assisted living care.  For all enquiries, please call Frank Foster House in Theydon Bois, Essex, Frank Foster House celebrates Outstanding CQC Statuson 01992 812525.

At the celebrations were, from left, Barclays Relationship Director,Richard Bacon; Runwood Homes Director of Marketing, Sue Smith; Mayor of Epping, Cllr Nigel Avey; Runwood Homes CEO, Gordon Sanders and Home Manager, Cheryl Wright.

The Mayor of Epping, Cllr Nigel Avey, presenting a Barclays celebratory award to Frank Foster House Home Manager,Cheryl Wright.  The Theydon Bois care home, part of Barclays client, Runwood Homes, were celebrating their Care Quality Commission rating of ‘Outstanding’.

Frank Foster House management, staff, residents and guests all enjoyed the CQC Outstanding celebrations held within the home.

Frank Foster House is part of the Runwood Homes group of residential care homes, with over 70 homes across the UK – www.runwoodhomes.co.uk.

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