Raleigh Court, a leading residential care home in Hull has been rated ‘good’ by a recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection, performing strongly across all areas inspected. Raleigh Court is a 56-bedroom home that provides specific personal care and support, including dementia care to residents aged 65 and over.
Located near the centre of Hull, the CQC report praised Raleigh Court for ‘safe, responsive and well-led care.’ The report also found that residents felt happy, listened to and believed staff knew them well enough to respond to their individual needs and wishes.
Tom Armstrong, manager at Raleigh Court, said: “We’re really pleased with the recent CQC findings and overall good rating. Resident-focused care is our key priority at Raleigh Court and we strive to provide that every single day.
“The needs of residents always come first and it’s their needs that influence the decisions we make around their everyday care.
“I would like to thank the whole team who work tirelessly to enable a better quality of life for all of our residents, whatever their care needs might be.
“The last couple of years have been probably the stressful and unprecedented period care homes and their employees have faced.
“Covid is still restricting us in some ways so it’s great to see the efforts our team has made to make a positive difference to the lives of the people we support officially recognised.”
In other findings, the report also found that Raleigh Court had an effective quality monitoring system, which ensured checks and audits were carried out. Inspectors also observed staff providing patient, attentive care, promoting choice and independence.
Raleigh Court is part of the ‘not for profit’ HICA Group, headquartered in Hessle, near Hull, which owns and manages residential care homes across Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire as well as two retirement villages in East Yorkshire and Lancashire.