A NOT-FOR-PROFIT company that runs 11 residential homes for older people across Sheffield has won the praise of health industry regulators.
Inspectors from the Care Quality Commission visited four SheffCare homes – Burnt Tree Croft, Castelayn, Cotleigh and Midhurst.
All four achieved full recognition for standards of quality and safety for residents. Included in the comments made by residents to inspectors were praise for staff.
The reports follow similar words of praise for four other SheffCare homes – Springwood, Deerlands, Paddock Hill and Hawkhills – all given clean bills of health during spring CQC inspections.
“We are delighted with the findings,” said chief executive Belinda Gibson. “We are always happy to welcome the CQC into all our homes as we are confident we are providing an outstanding level of service and care for all our residents.”