Care Team at Miramar Care Home Herne Bay good in all categories
Company News, Miramar, Herne Bay, Kent

Miramar receive great CQC!

The staff and residents at Miramar Care Home, Herne Bay are delighted to announce that the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have recently inspected the home, and have graded us as Good In All Categories.

Our CQC report includes comments from residents such as: “It can be so miserable having to leave one’s own home, but I am made to feel so welcome here. There is never a dull moment, and I have settled in marvellously”, “My room is my home and it is important to feel safe and secure. I am happy to say that I do” and “The staff always go out of their way to be helpful and friendly. They keep me safe and happy living here”.

Residents at Miramar Care Home

Relatives spoke highly of the care at our home, saying “The staff are so good at trying to help my relative and keep them safe”.

Staff also told the CQC about how comfortable they are in the home and how the training they have received has helped them progress: “We had a supervision recently about oral health which was really helpful” and “I would do the [Advanced Senior Carer] course again tomorrow, it was amazing. It included end of life care, the ageing process, insulin, and management. I learnt so much I would recommend it for everyone”.

Care Team at Miramar Care Home Herne Bay good in all categories

Amanda Odd, Home manager for Miramar is thrilled with the result: “I am so pleased to be part of a great team and am looking forward to getting to know all the residents and staff. Miramar is a beautiful home with great views over the sea, the CQC report reflects the hard work and commitment from a truly dedicated team, which I am very pleased to be part of. We are proud of our achievements and continue to strive to be a first-class care provider for elderly care and are privileged to have some amazing residents. Congratulations to everyone involved!”

If you would like to find out more about Miramar Care Home, please pop in, like us on Facebook or call 01227 374488.

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