Inverness care home transformed following Meallmore acquisition
An Inverness care home has been transformed following its recent acquisition by care provider Meallmore.
An extensive refurbishment programme has been carried out at Culduthel Care Home since its acquisition by Meallmore in April 2017.
Anne Mawdsley, Highland Area Manager at Meallmore, said: “All the residents, families and staff at Culduthel are over the moon with the way the home has been completely transformed.
“The design is very tasteful and it feels much brighter and more spacious. Also, the investment in technology and equipment means we can adapt to the needs of individuals with dementia as well as promote safety and well-being for all our residents.
“At Meallmore, we’re committed to delivering exceptional standards of care and to developing positive and caring environments where people enjoy living and working. This is exactly what we will be doing at Culduthel and we are very excited for the future.”
Following the revamp, the home now offers 62 fully furnished en-suite bedrooms and six luxurious living/dining areas. It also features a cinema, two café areas and a hairdressing and beauty salon.
Meallmore is supporting its staff team, many of whom transferred at the time of acquisition, to provide exceptional standards of quality care across the home.