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Tel: 0113 238 2690 Fax: 0113 238 2691 Email: info@mmcg.co.uk

Welcome to Heeley Bank

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Welcome to Heeley Bank

Hello my name is Sheilagh Sweeney I am the Care Manager.

I have worked in the health care profession for over 20 years I have a passion for caring for the elderly with dementia. I have completed my Registered Managers Award and then went on to complete my Level 3 Leadership and  Management skills. I have also had experience in training having been an in-house and company trainer. I have been a Registered Manager in both elderly residential and nursing settings.

Heeley Bank is a purpose built 67 bedded home, where we provide residential, general nursing and dementia nursing care including respite, convalescence and palliative care. Since our establishment was opened in 2003, we have become a well-respected care home within the local community. Our philosophy is to give Heeley Bank a ‘home from home’ feel and make the transition of change go as smoothly as possible. We have a minibus which we use to access the local community and outings.

We encourage people to visit us at any time and see for themselves the positive and friendly atmosphere we have at Heeley Bank care home. So if you happen to be passing by, there is always a warm welcome here for you.

All recommendations have been submitted through the independent website carehome.co.uk and are subject to the carehome.co.uk terms and conditions

Home Details

Marie Wilcock - Deputy Manager

Heeley Bank Road
Sheffield
S2 3GL

Tel: 0114 224 5100
Fax: 0114 255 5803

heeleybank@cwch.com

 

We were delighted with the outcome of the December 2016 CQC inspection and are committed to working with our residents, their families, and Health & Social Care professionals to continually improve and develop our services.

We were pleased with many of the positive observations the CQC noted in their report, including:

-People told us they felt “safe”. All the relatives spoken with felt their family member was in a safe place.

-People who are nearing the end of their life received compassionate and supportive care.

-The service promoted people’s wellbeing by providing daytime activities and trips outside the service had been organised for people to participate in.

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