Following news shared earlier this month, Runwood Homes are delighted to continue their string of strong CQC inspection outcomes, with three more positive inspection reports and ratings published this November.
Evelyn May House in Landon Hills, Essex, maintained the achievement of Good in all 5 key lines of enquiry (KLOE) in the CQC report, to be published imminently, having last been inspected in April 2017.
The latest CQC rating for Longview care home on Canvey Island, Essex, was published on 6 November, seeing the home sustaining its favourable rating, achieving Good in all 5 KLOEs. The previous review was in February 2017.
Furthermore, Runwood Homes’ Jubilee Court Care Home with Nursing in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, celebrated an improved rating in their CQC report, published on 13 November, achieving Good in Safe, Effective, Caring and Well-led, and Outstanding in Responsive.
Chief Operating Officer, Gavin O’Hare-Connolly, comments, ‘Runwood Homes are delighted that three more of our services have either maintained or improved their care standards, as evidenced in recent reports released by the CQC. By continuing to innovate, develop and learn as individuals, and as a large group of residential and nursing care homes, our ethos to provide good quality, personalised care to our residents is being demonstrated, company-wide. Our operational plans for the next 12 months, aims to further cement our success.’
Runwood Homes operates over 70 residential care homes across England and Northern Ireland, providing residential care, dementia care, nursing care, day care and respite for older people, including those living with dementia.
Find out more about Runwood Homes here