RB Care Homes turns around failing care home


A failing care home in Stafford, Staffordshire has been turned around by RB Care Homes.

Butterhill House was rated Good by the CQC in March 2017 after been placed in Special Measures following previous inspections in August and September 2016.

Inspectors said: “At our previous inspections we had serious concerns that the service was not safe, caring, responsive or well led and people who used the service were at risk of harm. We had rated the service as inadequate and placed it into special measures.

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“During the current inspection, the service demonstrated to us that improvements have been made and is no longer rated as inadequate. Therefore, this service is now out of special measures.”

The CQC found people were treated with dignity and respect at the home and their right to privacy was upheld. The care people received was personalized and responsive to people’s individual care and support needs after the implementation of the new management team.

Ricki Bibi & Mohan Kuhananthan, Directors of RB Care Homes, and their operations team have 35 years of extensive experience in the health care sector, including working with more than 200 care homes, providing guidance for new start-ups and crisis management.

To read the latest inspection report click here.

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