Surrey Rest Homes Ltd. is a family owned company founded in 1985, committed to achieving the highest standards of professional care along with the primary aim of operating Care Homes for the elderly where nursing skills are of paramount importance.
It is one of the region's most experienced and highly regarded nursing and care establishments, and currently runs four exceptionally well-situated and equipped homes.
Our highly trained staff provide a superb 'quality' nursing care service where resident's find tranquility, comfort, peace of mind and quality care to support their chosen way of life in an environment and also where they can reflect on the past and confidently be looking forward to the future
Oak House was opened in 1985 followed by Heath Lodge in 1986 and Glebe House in 1990.
If you are looking for quality caring accommodation and help with the activities of normal daily living or more specialised help for those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia, we would like to tell you more about our new positive alternative to traditional forms of elderly care. To contemplate moving anywhere has always been a difficult decision, especially if an element of care is involved. SRHL has many years of experience and with all the issues involved can offer you important constructive help and objective advice.
To provide a safe and enjoyable environment for elderly people who are no longer manage in their own homes;
To provide a quality of life that enables residents to retain their independence, identity and a sense of their own value and to have as many choices as possible within the day to day life of the Home and to afford residents dignity and privacy;
To provide stimulation and encouragement to maintain as many previous skills, interests, activities and friendships as possible in or out of the Home and the opportunity to develop new interests and friendships;
To provide emotional support in day to day living and over personal problems, both for residents and their relatives;
To provide the highest standard of personal care with advice and aids to maintain personal independence;
To obtain health care provided by Health Service colleagues together with the opportunity for treatment and rehabilitation when this is required.