Greenhill House residents move into new Cheddar home
Residents of Greenhill House have had time to settle into their new surroundings since their move on October 8.
The day was a well awaited day for the residents and staff of Greenhill House, as phase one of the newly built home in Tweentown was complete and residents were able to start moving into their new home.
Development of the purpose built care home commenced in September 2012 and is due to be fully completed by August 2014.
The home will have 20 residential bedrooms with the addition of a 16 bed specialist dementia wing.
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Within the new development there will also be 11 Care Suites and 11 apartments; combining the privacy and comfort of your own home, knowing the care and support is available should you need it now or in the future.
Speaking on the development, Kay Bidgood, Greenhill House manager, said: “We are delighted and very proud of our new home.”
Somerset Care is one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare providers in Southern England.
The company provides over 39,000 hours of community care every week of the year to people in their own homes in 15 local authority areas, and through their residential care services they operate 32 care homes which provide residential and nursing care for over 1,550 residents.