Review from Alan P (Nephew of Resident) – March 2022

Before my uncle arrived, I phoned. A young man was so kind and helpful. I already like the place before he had even arrived. A nurse took us to uncle. Again so kind, had all the time in the world for us. Even made me a tea. Then while we were still visiting, a nurse came to feed Uncle. She was so caring, 

always talking to him, no rush feeding him. He was only there two days, but the best two days possible.

I spent nine days of respite care in St Joseph’s and found the staff caring, compassionate and cheerful. The home was clean and well decorated. The PPE admission assessment could have been a bit more comprehensive, but all issues there were resolved within a couple of hours of admission. Excellent facility.

Review from H A (Daughter of Resident) – April 2022

My mother was transferred to the home when she was poorly. The care she continued to get from the team is outstanding. Being a nurse myself, I will recommend a loved one to be placed in this care facility. Staff are friendly and show alot of interest in the patient’s wellbeing. My mother is now doing 

very well, and I’m not worried knowing that she is in good hands. Thanks to all the staff and the health care team.

Review from Daughter of Resident – January 2020
I would definitely recommend St Joseph’s Nursing Home, they have been my mothers care providers for nearly 2 years now. The care she receives is excellent, and the staff are very helpful and compassionate to her needs. The residents all look settled and happy, and the home is very clean. The staff are also very helpful and informative. I am grateful to St Joesph’s for all the care they giving.

Review from Son of Resident – January 2020

Very happy with quality of service. My Mum is treated with dignity and has all her needs met. We are kept advised at all times. The staff and management are a credit to the company.

Review from Wife of Resident – January 2020
My husband had a tumour on his pelvis and was on palliative care. From the moment he was in there, until he died 6 weeks later, the care was excellent, and was out of pain, he was always clean and shaved and well-fed. It was a shame he could not appreciate it.