Hallmark Care Homes facility wins Knight Frank ‘Luxury Care Home’ award

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Head Judge Mike Parsons, Chair of Hallmark Care Homes Avnish Goyal, Managing Director at Hallmark Care Homes Ram Goyal and Director at Hallmark Care Homes Vidya Goyal

Chamberlain Court, Hallmark Care Homes’ facility in Royal Tunbridge Wells, has scooped a prestigious design award.

The residential, nursing and dementia care home, which opened its doors in July last year, won the ‘Luxury Care Home’ title at the esteemed Knight Frank Healthcare Property Dinner 2018.

The awards, which are organised by estate agents Knight Frank, seek to recognise design excellence in care home businesses across the country.

Customer Relationship Manager at Chamberlain Court, Melissa Jorgensen said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won the ‘Luxury Care Home’ award at the Knight Frank dinner.

“An enormous amount of hard work, dedication and passion has gone into creating this beautiful facility so that the residents, their families and the care teams can feel at home. Winning this award is a wonderful acknowledgement of all that effort!”

The care home, which won a national Pinders Healthcare Design award earlier this year includes; a walk-in musical therapy bath, barbers, an outdoor activity room, external WC and an aviary.

Chamberlain Court Care Home is part of Hallmark Care Homes, the industry-leading care provider established in 1997 with 17 care homes across England and Wales. Hallmark Care Homes’ registered nurses and trained carers are highly qualified and take pride in delivering excellent standards of relationship-centred care. Chamberlain Court Care Home provides residential, nursing and dementia care.

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