Nottingham NG15 7RR
Tel: 0115 968 0202
Fax: 0115 964 2747
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Some bed availability
Located in Hucknall, on the outskirts of historic Nottingham, we’re here for people who have conditions such as acquired or traumatic brain injury, Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease and spinal injury.
We also look after people who need tracheostomy care, enteral feeding and assisted ventilation. We can arrange for people in low states of arousal to have SMART (Sensory Modality Assessment and Rehabilitation Technique) assessment too.
There are three interconnecting buildings on our site, known as Rosewood, Fernwood and Millwood. During their stay, clients are encouraged to make decisions about their care and life at the centre. We encourage all our clients to be as independent as possible.
In February 2018, CQC rated our Nottingham Millwood service as "good" across all five domains.
"People were supported by staff who were empathetic and showed a good knowledge of their preferences and choices... Staff respected people's rights to privacy and treated them with dignity...People received individualised care and were supported to have a social life and to follow their interests" (CQC, February 2018)
Located in Hucknall, on the outskirts of Nottingham
Within 2 miles of the M1 motorway
Nottingham Station close by
East Midlands International Airport, a half hour drive away
On-site free parking
71 beds in three units, many en-suite
Therapy kitchen, therapy gym and other therapy rooms
Sensory stimulation room
Large communal living spaces with flat screen TVs, Wii, DVD player
Private garden and patio areas
Kitchens to make hot or cold drinks and food at anytime
Extensive therapeutic and social activities programme
Client laundry service
Mini-bus for outings and appointments
Within walking distance of many local amenities
Our slow stream rehabilitation service is suitable for people who need a longer period of less intense rehabilitation. It is suitable for those who need time to practise newly learnt skills in a a variety of everyday situations before returning to live at home.
We can also organise assessment for people in low states of awareness using SMART (Sensory Modality Assessment and Rehabilitation Technique) assessment.
This service is for people who have problems associated with a brain injury or neurological condition and who cannot be looked after at home, usually because of the high level of nursing care they need.
The focus is on providing relief from pain, discomfort and stress and is all about improving a client's everyday quality of life. Most clients have either severe and far-reaching disabilities or may be in the later stages of a progressive neurological condition.
This service is available to people with a brain injury or neurological condition who live at home but who could benefit from a short stay in a specialist centre.
It also offers a much-needed break for families and carers and is an opportunity for individuals to have their needs reassessed.
Rosewood is one of the best units I have visited. The team have been supportive and enthusiastic. My client has made significant improvements with regards to her rehabilitation and... Read more >
I would firstly like to say on behalf of my family a huge thank you to everyone who is part of my mother's recovery. Just being there at the previous meeting shows how far my mother... Read more >
Thanks to all the nurses, carers and physios. You have all been fantastic. Will miss you all.
My sister's amazing progress is a credit to all the hard work you are all putting in with her (with just a bit of effort on her part) ! Thank you so much.
Thank you for everything - you taught me to live on my own!
I have improved strength in balance, memory, speech and management of my fatigue so it means it will improve my life and independence. Prior to my admission I didn't even know what I had lost!
Caring at Huntercombe Nottingham
We believe we get the best outcomes when our patients, and their families and carers, are involved in the planning of care. This approach is part of daily life at our centre. Everyone is treated as an individual and assessed and reviewed based on their own unique needs.
Our service is managed by a Centre manager. She is supported by a team that includes a consultant in clinical psychology, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, nursing staff and activity therapists. We also have a full team of support staff who keep everything running smoothly.