Our Five Care Homes in Birmingham
There are five purpose-built Birmingham care homes, two close to the city centre in the Winson Green area and two eight miles east of the centre at Tile Cross, all offering fine standards of care. We have also recently opened a care home in Bournville, to the South of Birmingham.
We know that there is no substitute for actually visiting a home, so don’t take our word for it, come and visit us and see for yourself what sets our collection of Birmingham nursing homes apart.
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Latest Birmingham stories
We are delighted to announce that St Giles Care Home, in Birmingham, has been shortlisted in the 2020 Care Heroes Awards. As part of the Team Award, the staff at St Giles were recognised for their outstanding work and dedication during the pandemic, in particular, their efforts in running the Sheldon Suite. The 18-bed ward…Read More
Thanks to the wonderful staff at Bourn View Care Home in Birmingham, resident Kenneth reunited with his wife Betty after she surprised him by moving into the care home. The couple, who have been married for 71 years, had recently been required to separate due to current COVID-19 restrictions. Kenneth moved into Bourn View five…Read More
Aran Court Care Home, in Tile Cross, Birmingham, celebrated a special birthday for resident Edwin Connington, who recently turned 100. During the course of the week, Edwin had many wonderful celebrations to enjoy, including a birthday party with friends at Aran Court and a feature on BBC news. Current restrictions meant that Edwin was not…Read More
The Staff at Clare Court in Winson Green in Birmingham are jumping for joy as their care home has been recognised as the Best Single Care Home Within A Larger Group at the 2020 Care Home Awards. Current restrictions meant that the usual glitzy evening event normally held at a top London venue had to…Read More
Much has been made of the outstanding efforts of many in the NHS and care sector during the challenging time of the coronavirus, with individuals and staff teams going above and beyond to combat the threat and keep others safe and well. It takes something truly special though to be recognized above many others, for…Read More
The staff at Knowle Gate Care Home in Solihull certainly know it all, in all categories! They’re thrilled that after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) made an unannounced inspection, they have rated the care home as Good In All Categories. The CQC report featured many great quotes from staff and residents about the quality of…Read More
The staff at Albion Court Care Home in Winson Green, Birmingham, are celebrating their latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) rating of Good Overall! The CQC visited the home unannounced to complete a routine inspection. Throughout their visit, the CQC inspectors spoke to a variety of our staff, residents and visiting professionals, who all provided positive…Read More
St Giles Care Home in Birmingham are pleased to have recently received a meticulous letter of praise from Dr. R. Wears MB ChB MSc FRCP FRCP(Glasg), a consultant physician from Solihull Hospital. Dr. Wears works closely with the staff at St. Giles to ensure that our residents receive their medicines on time, and at the…Read More
Last year, local artist Imogen Morris contacted Clare Court Care Home and asked if she could meet some residents who would like to participate in an art exhibition. Imogen had contacted various homes and chose Clare Court to work with as she found our residents to be fantastic characters with a great sense of humour,…Read More
Everyone at Bourn View Care Home, Bournville are thrilled to announce that the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have recently inspected the home, and have graded us as Good In All Categories. There were some fabulous comments from our residents and relatives that were featured in our CQC report, such as, “Yes, I feel safe, it’s…Read More