‘Outstanding’ Mansfield care home praised by CQC during inspection

  • Chris Easom
  • November 30, 2019

A care home in Mansfield with an “excellent record” for improving the lives of its residents has been rated as ‘outstanding’ by the CQC.

Baily House was hailed by inspectors for the way it supports residents to do activities that are “meaningful” to them, while setting “ambitious goals” to improve patients’ wellbeing. In the unannounced visit by the healthcare watchdog, the inspector found that the home provides a “very high standard of care” that is “valued” by the families of its residents. The home is now part of an elite three per cent of homes across the country that can boast the ‘outstanding’ grade.