A North-East Nursing Home under Investigation
Allegations have been marked upon the standards of care at Eastleigh Nursing Home at Culter on the outskirts of Aberdeen. The Nursing Home facilitates with 36-beds and is run by Southern Cross Healthcare, the UK’s largest care home operator.
Police have recently launched an investigation over the case following the concerns raised a member of public. Following the complaints, two staff members have been suspended from Eastleigh Nursing Home and all the new admissions have also been suspended temporarily.
A police spokesman said, “Grampian Police can confirm that officers are involved in an investigation at Eastleigh Care Home after a member of public raised concerns about the standard of care. Police are working alongside the Care Commission and Aberdeen City Council to ascertain whether those concerns amount to anything of a criminal nature”.
The authorities of the nursing home have marked that the health and wellbeing of the residents is their number one priority and their work in partnership with the local authorities and Care Commission ensures a good quality of care that they serve with at Eastleigh care centre.
Inspection of services is still on by the Care Commission and the results of this inspection will be soon out.
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