Gosberton House is a dual
registered nursing and residential care home.
We provide day, short & long term
respite & convalescent care & palliative & terminal care
including nursing for 47 residents aged 50 years and over
for both males and females.
Each of our residents has their own individual care plan,
which is updated and maintained on a daily basis. These are
carried out by our nursing and care staff and are reviewed
monthly or at such times as deemed necessary.
In the home we have a wide selection of specialist equipment
such as a large number of hoists, assisted baths, pressure
relieving mattresses, profiling beds etc.
We are serviced by three surgeries – Swineshead, Gosberton
and Sutterton who provide regular doctor visits and
Residents are accompanied on hospital visits when necessary.
A relatives room is available providing overnight
accommodation for loved ones if required.
is for those who find it difficult to cope at home or
need more help than their personal carers can provide.
This 24hour care provides the accommodation and all that
it involves, meals and personal care – such as help
bathing, dressing, laundry, cleaning, social and
Nursing care provides the same as the residential
care but also have qualified nurses in attendance to
provide 24 hour a day nursing care. Residents who join
us as residential residents will automatically become
nursing residents should their level of care needs
Palliative and terminal care is active,
compassionate care of the chronically and terminally
ill, directed at improving quality of life. Palliative
care focuses on the control of pain and symptoms also
psychological support for the patient and their loved
ones. This is provided by specialist trained nurses and
Respite (short term) care is usually for a short
period of time so that personal carers can have a break.
It will be residential, nursing etc depending on the
needs of the resident.
Convalescent or post operative care is a short
term care for people recovering from illness or an
care facilities are available to anyone who would
like to spend one or more days a week in the home. Maybe
to give the family a break or just to come for a day
out, socialise and have a meal.