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At Wentworth Court we are committed to treat each other with dignity and fill the lives of all who live and work here with laughter and joy.
All our staff are committed to making Wentworth Court a vibrant and enjoyable place to live and work, ensuring the best possible quality of life for all residents.
Staff are chosen for their natural empathy and compassion as well as their qualifications and experience.
We care for our residents as we would our own families.
Our five-minute interview with Registered Nursing Manager, Georgiana Rosu.
Watch our Registered Nursing Manager, Georgiana Rosu talk about her role and the ethos of Wentworth Court
Our five-minute interview with General Manager, Gez Ossai.
Watch our General Manager, Gez talk about his fulfilling role at Wentworth Court as part of the Proud to Care Glos campaign.
Find out more about the campaign to promote careers in the care industry at www.proudtocareglos.org.uk
“During my time at the home I was able to observe multiple episodes of client/carer interactions, all of which were carried out in a caring, compassionate and empathetic way. I observed lots of smiles from both carers and residents. The environment really felt like a home. This should be celebrated as a model care facility, well done.”
– TC, Continuing Health Care Nurse Assessor via review form.
Mum moved Into Wentworth last year. This was the best decision ever made on Mum’s behalf, she is so happy, settled and putting on weight and could not be looked after better. Staff are excellent cannot do enough to help. I would not hesitate to recommend Wentworth.
Sue D via www.carehome.co.uk
See Wentworth Court’s attractive home environment including our stunning gardens.
Personalised bedrooms, meal plans and activities, delivering high-quality daily care and nursing support.
The team at Wentworth Court have been working hard to bring the
Staff at a dementia-specialist nursing home in Cheltenham delivered a little love
After months of waiting patiently, loved ones at a Cheltenham nursing home