- Credit: Archant
A care home in Exmouth has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Care Quality Commission inspectors.
Sheridan House, in Douglas Avenue, was awarded ‘outstanding’ in three of the five key areas of inspection, carried out in January.
The spot-check inspection rated the care home ‘outstanding’ in the way the service was run, the overall care it provided and also the individual care of residents.
The inspection found the home provided a ‘good’ level of safety. Staff knowledge and skills were also rated ‘good’ by the inspector.
A spokesman for Sheridan House said: “We are delighted that all of the team’s hard work has paid off with such a positive report by the CQC.”
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Residents and staff at Sheridan House celebrate an ‘outstanding’ CQC inspection rating.
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