A well-known Aberdeen facility offering care for the elderly will celebrate the completion of its multimillion pound refurbishment with a brand new look and a special event planned for next month.
Rowan Court Care Home in Cults has been the focus of investment totalling in excess of £3 million by owners Deeside Care LLP. In line with the fresh new look, the facility will now be known as Deeside Care Home.
The suburban facility has been transformed into a luxurious location featuring 64 beds spread across three floors. Phase one saw the rejuvenation of residents’ lounges, dining rooms and bedrooms followed by a second phase which included the creation of a stunning new entrance atrium, spa, cinema, hair salon, therapy room and café/bar.
The makeover will be celebrated during a special event for staff, residents, families and special guests on Wednesday, December 9th when Professor Ian Murray, Head of School, School of Nursing and Midwifery at The Robert Gordon University will perform the official reopening of the venue.
Commenting on the project, Deeside Care LLP director Manpreet Johal said: “As part of our £22 million investment in Aberdeen, we have invested significantly in breathing new life in our Cults facility in a bid to improve the living environment for residents.
“As a family-run business, we feel it is important for our residents to have ‘home-from home’ surroundings and we hope that the refurbishment of Deeside Care Home will provide a safe and luxurious living space for all concerned.”