Sidmouth Residential & Nursing Home

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Our Facilities

Facilities at Our Home

The Sidmouth Nursing Home provides accommodation for up to 29 residents, the majority of whom are beyond retirement age. The home has twenty-nine bedrooms of which seventeen have en-suite facilities. Planning permission has been approved to provide en-suite facilities to the remaining bedrooms.

Fire Precautions

The Sidmouth Nursing Home takes the issue of Health and Safety very seriously and employs a specialist contractor who maintains our fire systems. All necessary fire precautions are in place and the Home is equipped with an efficient fire detection system for the safety of all residents and staff.

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Our Facilities

24-Hour Nursing Care

Our services are 24 hour Nursing and Residential Care. We can provide care services for individuals with relatively low needs to individuals with complex nursing needs. We also specialise in palliative care and can offer daycare and respite care subject to availability.

Meet Our Team

As with any successful organisation, the quality of the team is paramount. All staff, whatever their role are recruited under our ethos. They must demonstrate kindness, compassion and professionalism at all times.

What Our Families Say About Us

"Thank you all for taking good care of Jenny since last September.

When she left Wonford Hospital I was told she only had a few weeks to live, but due to your good care I was given an extra eight precious months with my lovely Jenny."

Brian Holland 

"Your staff are all fabulous. The love, care, attention and respect given to my mother is simply outstanding. I truly could not wish for a better place for her to be. Your nurses, carers, kitchen staff, maintenance - they are all wonderful. It is such a happy environment."

"We cannot give enough praise for the compassionate and professional way that your team looked after her. In what must be getting on for 400 visits to my Aunt in that time I can never remember once having cause for concern."