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For further information or to arrange a visit please contact:

Tel: 01773 581 203 or Email: info@wrenhall.com

YOUR ROOM

WE WANT YOU TO FEEL AT HOME

Wren Hall Nursing Home is accessed from the side of the building via an entrance porch and it is set out on two floors. There are four lounges, all lounges have easy access to our beautiful mature gardens.

There are nineteen single and eleven double rooms. Twelve of the single rooms and five of the double have en-suite facilities and there is a guest room available for those relatives who may wish to stay overnight. Those rooms without en-suite facilities are equipped with commodes and washbasins. In shared rooms, privacy between Family members is maintained by the use of diving curtains, which are adjustable.

The Home is accessible to wheelchair users and a passenger lift gives ready access between the two floors. There are 39 single rooms 35 with ensuite and 7 twin family rooms ( 4 with ensuite) Those rooms without en-suite facilities are equipped with commodes and washbasins. In shared rooms, privacy between Residents is maintained by the use of diving curtains, which are adjustable.The Kesari suite is for end days of life and their families.

All of the bedrooms are tastefully decorated and fitted with a nurse-call system, which, when pulled, will alert care staff that you require assistance. You may use the call system for whatever reason, for example to go to the toilet, to ask for a drink, to be helped in adjusting your position so that you are more comfortable and so on.

If you are unable to use a manually operated system, we have motion sensors that will summon assistance when activated.

With regard to furniture, the only restrictions are the size of the room and in the case of upholstered furniture it must be fire retardant to British Standard 1021. Our staff acknowledge that your room is private, and will knock before entering. You are able to use your room at any time. You may entertain family/friends and representatives in the privacy of your room

If you wish you may have your own key to your room so that you can lock your room on leaving it. A master key is kept by the Nurse in Charge should you lose your key.