A recently opened Greater London care home has celebrated being rated Outstanding by the CQC.
Ryefield Court in Uxbridge, Middlesex gained Outstanding for being caring and responsive and Good for being safe, effective and well-led.
Gayane Selimyan, general manager, said: “I am really thrilled with the outcome of the CQC report. It reflects all the effort our team puts into consistently providing the highest quality of care and support to everyone living at Ryefield Court. Ensuring the wellbeing of all the home’s residents is at the heart of our ethos and approach. To help us to achieve that, we encourage all our staff to achieve their full potential and I am extremely proud of them.
“To receive this independent assessment from the Care Quality Commission is so important. As the CQC is the regulator of the care industry, what they think really matters and the contents of its report are an endorsement of everything we are striving for here.”
Ryefield Court is a 60 bed, purpose-built home and is part of the Berkley Care Group. The home offers residential, dementia , respite and day care.
Inspectors found the service was “exceptionally caring” with a “close bond between people living at the service and the staff”.
The CQC added: “We saw evidence of, and heard about, examples where the person centred approach of the service had made a difference in people’s lives.”
To read the report, click here.