Nursing care is for people who need a qualified nursing care team available to them 24 hours a day. That might, for example, include people who need intensive rehabilitative care (like people who have suffered a stroke), people who need peg feeding, people with physical disabilities and people with long-term conditions.

Our approach to nursing care is based on the use of personalised care plans. Drawn up with the individuals we support and their families, our care plans will help ensure that each person we look after is treated with respect and that their independence and choices are maximised.


  • Urgent care nursing
  • Medical and surgical roll
  • District/Community RGN
  • Mental Health RGN
  • Care Assistant/support workers

Nursing at Home

  • Support/Supervision
  • Enteral Feed (i.e. Peg & Rig)
  • Syringe driver care and management
  • Insulin and blood sugar monitoring
  • Home
  • Home NIV (i.e. CPAP, BIPAP and VPAP ventilation)
  • Tracheostomy and laryngectomy


  • Cough Assist
  • Inhalers/Nebulizers
  • Management and supervising of home O2
  • Stoma care (e.g. Ileostomy, Colostomy & Urostomy)
  • Intermittent Catheter
  • Urethral and suprapubic catheter
  • Convene