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Tel: 0113 238 2690 Fax: 0113 238 2691 Email: [email protected]

Welcome to Homefield Grange

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Welcome to Homefield Grange

Hello I’m Hannah Guyan, Manager of Homefield Grange.

I am a Registered Nurse with over 12 years’ experience. I’ve worked in a variety of clinical settings including acute medical, elderly, surgical, palliative and critical care before moving to the Care Home sector.

I’ve been a Home manager for the past five years and I run my Home on the ‘would I want my family to live here?’ model. I’m passionate about ensuring all residents receive individualised and personal care and have an open door policy for all residents, staff and relatives.

I have a BSc in Clinical Skills from Bournemouth University and qualifications in Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care. I am also the current care home representative for Dorset End of Life Care Workforce Education Forum.

The home is designed specifically for the needs of our residents and we have a very caring team who work hard to make everyone feel at home.

If you are looking for nursing care, residential care or dementia care, Homefield Grange has the facilities and expertise to meet your needs.
Why not come along and see us at Homefield Grange Care Home to find out more about the care we provide.

The team and I would be delighted to show you around at any time and discuss your loved ones individual needs. We look forward to welcoming you to Homefield Grange, so please feel free to call in for a viewing and meet our care team.

All recommendations have been submitted through the independent website and are subject to the terms and conditions

Home Details

Contact Me

Salisbury Road
BH23 7AR

Tel: 01202 238700
Fax: 01202 400201

[email protected]


We were delighted with the outcome of the January 2018 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 were supported by staff who had been trained to recognise signs of abuse and understood the actions needed if abuse was suspected.

People were supported by enough staff who had been recruited safely

People were supported by staff who are kind, caring, patient and emotionally supportive.

People had their dignity, privacy and independence respected.

The culture of the service was positive and transparent providing opportunities for people, families and staff to feel included and empowered.


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