Northcourt Lodge gets a 'good' rating

People living at the Reading nursing home said staff were caring and kind, when inspectors visited.
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Northcourt Lodge Nursing Home in Reading has been rated as ‘good’ following an inspection.

In a report published on 18 June 2019, the Care Quality Commission said an inspection team had spoken with eight of the 19 people living at Northcourt Lodge when it visited in April.

People told the CQC they felt safe, that staff were caring, they liked the activities, and accommodation felt homely. The CQC also looked at care plans, medication records, recruitment files and other paperwork, and interviewed staff.

The home had previously been rated as ‘good’ when it was last inspected in 2017.

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