COVID19 Announcements

Family visits to care homes update

Family visits to care homes update

Kingsley Healthcare operations director Debbie McGovern said: “We know how important visits are for the wellbeing of residents and that is why we have done everything possible to keep visits…

 

Care home leader hails ‘brilliant’ vaccination effort

Care home leader hails ‘brilliant’ vaccination effort

Kingsley Healthcare CEO Daya Thayan has hailed the “brilliant vaccination effort” after the government announced it had offered vaccinations to all care homes for older people in England. Speaking exclusively…

 

Should I be worried about how quickly the vaccines were developed and avoid immunisation?

Should I be worried about how quickly the vaccines were developed and avoid immunisation?

Dr Peter Petrie, who is supporting Kingsley Healthcare staff and their families concerning health issues caused by Covid through a private GP service, answers your most frequently asked questions about…

 

‘Game changer’ tests will make care home visits safer

‘Game changer’ tests will make care home visits safer

Testing visitors to care homes for coronavirus will be a game changer when it comes to ensuring the safety of elderly residents and their families.  At present one or at…

 

Kingsley homes closed to visitors from October 30 to November 15

Kingsley homes closed to visitors from October 30 to November 15

Due to rising Covid infection rates in the community we are announcing the closure of our homes to all but essential visitors for a two week period. We have continued…

 

 Kingsley’s Daya Thayan rated among top 10 CEOs in the UK for Covid response

Kingsley’s Daya Thayan rated among top 10 CEOs in the UK for Covid response

Kingsley Healthcare Group’s Daya Thayan has been rated among the top 10 CEOs in the UK for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Company review website Glassdoor has compiled the…

 

We have asked Dr. Peter Petrie, Kingsley Healthcare’s private GP, to answer your most frequently asked questions about coronavirus.

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Young poets brighten day for residents at Allonsfield House care home

Primary school pupils have brought joy to the residents of a Suffolk care home with their bright, rainbow-themed poems. More than 80 children from Eyke Primary School, near Woodridge, took part in a poetry challenge set for them by Allonsfield House care home, in Campsea Ashe.  

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