A well-known Aberdeen facility offering care for the elderly has announced that it achieved very good grades during a recent Care Inspectorate audit.
During a recent inspection by the Care Inspectorate, Rubislaw Park Care Home achieved grade five status in the areas of quality of care and support, quality of environment, quality of staffing and quality of management and leadership.
The venue has been the focus of a multimillion pound investment programme since its acquisition by family-run business Rubislaw Care LLP. To date, work has involved the rejuvenation of rooms and lounges and the creation of a new restaurant/dining room, a bar, a celebration room for private functions, a spa salon and library.
In addition, the revitalised home – which is set in large, secure and accessible gardens – now offers long-term nursing care as well as the residential care which was previously available, and care for residents with dementia.
Commenting on the grades, Rubislaw Park Care Home Director of Care Kristin Jackson-Brown said: “Achieving these grades is testament to the dedicated team we have at Rubislaw Park and we are delighted that their hard work has been recognised in this important way.
“We remain committed to both the provision of first-class facilities for our residents and raising standards within the care sector and this news underlines the importance of our ongoing efforts.”