Hartlepool home unveils £400k redevelopment

Posted on 27 July 2011

A Hartlepool care home has been treated to a £400,000 redevelopment, no doubt making it more attraction to individuals with long term care plans.

Former mayor Wendy Mitchell opened the redeveloped Gretton Court Nursing Home, reports the Hartlepool Mail.

New nursing care and recreational facilities, bathrooms, hairdressing services have all been installed, as well as a new entrance area.

The home's decor also received a revamp and the gardens have been rejuvenated.

These new facilities are designed so they can be made available to patients with dementia.

David Granath, the director of the Hospital of God, which the nursing home belongs to, told the newspaper: "This investment by the Hospital of God in Gretton Court Nursing Home represents our commitment to providing the best

possible lives for the people we care for.

"Everyone who lives with us at Gretton Court is a precious individual who deserves the best possible life."

This comes after the Hucknall Dispatch reported that Hallcroft care home has spent £50,000 improving its dementia services.

Posted by Nigel Murphy



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