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Alan Morkill House

★★☆☆Requires improvement

Location and contact details

88 St Marks Road, London, W10 6BY

Alan Morkill House, has an impeccable reputation when it comes to delivering exceptional care.

The home provides residential care for older people and those who have dementia. The rooms are arranged into seven groups with a shared sitting room and kitchen for each group which encourages residents to get to know each other.

Residents are encouraged to make their fully furnished rooms as comfortable as possible with their own belongings. The supportive staff team are available 24 hours a day to help with any requests from the residents, and clients are able to choose a local GP. An optician, dentist and chiropodist also visit the home.

The area is home to world Famous Notting Hill, Portobello Market, and the annual event of Notting Hill Carnival, a lovely celebration for the residents to have on their doorstep.

Residents will also benefit from:

-   Full disability access and en-suite shower & toilet facilities -   Beautiful Landscaped Gardens -   Welcome Toiletries on arrival -   Modern Bedroom Furniture -   Single or Double sized rooms -   TV and Telephone points -   En- Suite Facilities - Two chickens on-site

Information supplied by carehome.co.uk

Registration summary

Managers: Solomon-Paul Ilerunwa Ekuase
Registration Date: 31 October 2012
Last CQC inspection: 5 January 2018
Local Authority: Kensington & Chelsea
Specialist care categories: Caring for adults over 65 yrs • Dementia
Number of beds: 49

CQC Rating for Alan Morkill House

Where this care home can improve
★★☆☆Requires improvement
★★☆☆Requires improvement
★★☆☆Requires improvement
★★☆☆Requires improvement
★★☆☆Requires improvement
★★☆☆Requires improvement

Ratings are provided by Care Quality Commission (CQC) and reflects the most recent report for this care home, which was published on 14 March 2018.

See CQC's page explaining ratings for more details about ratings and inspection practices of care homes in England.

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