Larchfield House's story begins on 6th March 2006 when we opened our doors for the first time and welcomed residents to live with, and be cared for, by us. Since that time a lot has happened, whilst we have gone from strength to strength, on improving the lives of those who have lived with us since then.
Further Care Services
The service provision included a younger persons unit along with Palliative care supporting the specialist nursing services.
Building work was completed and the new rooms and the newly landscaped gardens were opened by the Rt Hon Teressa May MP.
Building Work Commences
Building work commenced to expand Larchfield House by adding the third floor and adding additional rooms to the second.
Expansion Was Needed
Larchfield was at capacity so the decision was made to expand and increase to meet demand for the specialist services from 75 beds to 98.
CQC Recognises Improvement
The CQC rating was improved soon after the new Director was appointed and Larchfield House.
New Director Appointed
Cliff Grand-Scrutton became the Director was appointed and Larchfield became a specialist Dementia nursing home.
Where It All Started
Larchfield House Care home was opened as a residential care home.