Gracewell of Edgbaston
Speedwell Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7PR
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Gracewell of Edgbaston opened on 7 April 2015 and provides dedicated residential, nursing and dementia care of the highest standard for their residents. The home offers luxury interior designed accommodation, with all bedrooms en-suite and much large…
Gracewell of Edgbaston opened on 7 April 2015 and provides dedicated residential, nursing and dementia care of the highest standard for their residents. The home offers luxury interior designed accommodation, with all bedrooms en-suite and much larger than industry standard. Set on the corner of Speedwell Road and Pershore Road, it overlooks Calthorpe Park, with many rooms having fabulous views across this park, including the sitting rooms.
Ground floor rooms have direct access to their own patio areas and there are pleasant sensory gardens on the ground floor for residents to enjoy. The home is arranged into smaller households to provide a home from home for residents, with their own stylish dining and sitting rooms on each floor. Superb in-home services include a hair and beauty salon and bright cafe with Wi-Fi, for residents and guests to enjoy. The home is located in a pleasant suburb between Edgbaston Cricket Ground and Edgbaston Priory Club.
Visitors are always welcome to see the home, if you would like to arrange a viewing please call.
Types of care provided
Accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication.
Medical care from a qualified nurse, and treatment for residents with illness or injuries.
Specialist care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.
Palliative and end of life care
Care designed to provide quality support and comfort for people living with life-limiting conditions.
Services and specialisms
- Caring for adults over 65 yrs
- Caring for adults under 65 yrs
- Sensory impairment
Care home features
- 70 beds
- 70 en-suite rooms
- Purpose built, opened in 2015
“My dedicated team and I are passionate about delivering the very best care, ensuring all our residents have a good quality of life.”
Zoe Elish Shirley Steventon
Care home manager
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4.1 (14 reviews)
C. Tay8 months ago
I wanted to put no star rating but it would not post. Please, do not be seduced by the look of the home, it does not make up for the care your loved one will received. I brought my mother who has …
I wanted to put no star rating but it would not post.
Please, do not be seduced by the look of the home, it does not make up for the care your loved one will received.
I brought my mother who has dementia, diabetes and hypertension to Gracewell Edgbaston for a months stay, for which we paid over £3,000.00.
My sister and I had to go everyday to feed our mother because they did not have the time or resources to do so. At the time we did not realise that the food we were feeding her was the only food she received each day.
Three weeks into her stay I had to call her GP into the home, because I found our mother unresponsive and panting (like she was trying to catch her breath) I asked the nurse was she aware of my mothers condition? She said she was fine. The GP examined her and called for urgent transport to hospital.
The GP asked the nurse on duty when her blood sugars was last checked, there was no record of any of my mothers observations and when asked for an explanation the nurse became argumentative and angry, her blood sugar was unrecordable by the GP, low blood pressure and tachycardic. The ambulance crew when they arrived found her blood sugars to be abnormally high and dehydrated. They gave her glucose and IV fluids. My sister and I went to the hospital with our mother.
During the night when I got home, the doctor telephoned me to say they do not think she would survive the night and she was not for resuscitation should she go into arrest, because of her frail state. My mother was in hospital for three weeks.
Taking your vulnerable relative there (Gracewell Edgbaston) is asking for ongoing long term problems to your loved one, that you could never foresee and have devastating effects on all the family. I have a woman (our mother) who is a shadow of the person she was six weeks before her stay at Gracewell Edgbaston. If we could have the time back, we would have carried on with the care we did at home and not take her anywhere near that place but especially the staff who were paid handsomely and were supposed to be responsible for looking after and caring for her.
Darren Perry2 years ago
large nursing home. Nice staff and very clean inside. Nice place.
Craig Johnson3 years ago
Best care home and staff in the area by far
Digger Dearn3 years ago
Dale Westwood3 years ago
Beautiful place, first class food menu. Quality care give.
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Frequently asked questions
What type of care does Gracewell of Edgbaston provide?Gracewell of Edgbaston provides Nursing, Dementia, Residential, and Palliative care.
Is Gracewell of Edgbaston regulated?Yes, Gracewell of Edgbaston is regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
Does Gracewell of Edgbaston provide support for people with dementia?Yes, Gracewell of Edgbaston provides care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.
How many residents are there at Gracewell of Edgbaston?Gracewell of Edgbaston has a total of 70 beds.