Moore Place care home in Surrey has been classed as GOOD by regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in all areas assessed. 

The care home was praised by the CQC under their new robust inspection process.  Care homes and retirement properties are now classed as either outstanding, good, requiring improvement or inadequate.

Moore Place Manager Hannah Markland said everyone at the home was thrilled because they had worked so hard to maintain high standards of care. 

She said: “We have worked hard to make Moore Place a good care home but to be given such praise from the regulator is wonderful. We are proud of the care we provide, of the meals which are made from fresh seasonal ingredients and of the wide variety of meaningful activities enjoyed by our residents.

“Anchor has a specialist dementia care team so we also know how to care for people living with the condition so they lead as fulfilling a life as possible. 

“We welcome such rigorous inspections and clear ratings so older people and their families can see which homes are the best in the country. We’re so pleased to be classed as a good care home - we’ll be celebrating this success.”

The CQC inspection report, which can be found on the regulator’s website, highlighted several areas of high standards at Moore Place. 

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