Nursing Care

Longbridge Deverill is a nursing home in Warminster that delivers nursing care in a purpose-built wing, set within four acres of landscaped gardens and woodland. Our modern, state-of-the-art facilities provide comprehensive support in an environment that fully supports the needs and preferences of its residents.

Residents have access to our professional nursing care 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Our compassionate and attentive team is able to support complex care needs, such as a physical impairment, a long-term illness or end-of-life care. All residents are assigned a dedicated nurse who will become a familiar face to them and is always on hand to any queries or concerns they or their families may have.

What is Nursing Care?

Nursing care is required for individuals who require support from trained Nurses to monitor, manage and support a range of medical conditions. Nursing care may be a permanent need, or this could be a temporary solution following an illness, injury, or hospital admission. Residents receiving nursing care have 24-hour access to support from Registered Nurses and staff trained to manage and support a range of conditions. With a variety of niche facilities and amenities, our purpose-built facility is the ideal place to provide compassionate care, medical support, rehabilitation and supporting individuals to lead an enriched life.

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Our Approach to Nursing Care

Our compassionate and skilled team have received extensive training to meet the needs of individuals who live with physical disabilities, long-term health conditions, high dependency needs and end-of-life care. Our Registered Nurses work alongside residents to formulate a person-centred and detailed care plan to ensure all aspects of holistic needs are met. Our care plans consider physical needs, emotional and wellbeing needs, spiritual needs, socialisation and personal preferences/ lifestyle choices. Staff are skilled and equipped to support and manage conditions including Parkinson’s disease, PSP, cancer care, motor neurone disease, respiratory conditions and stroke rehabilitation. We strive to uphold privacy and dignity at all times and our two Nursing units are comprised of 15 bedrooms, a private dining area, adapted bathrooms, a lounge and en-suite bedrooms. The layout of the home ensures a sense of community, intimacy, and security. Residents also have access to an inclusive activities schedule and first-class amenities. We welcome family and friends to visit and we offer complimentary dining and encourage joining in with activities and functions alongside their loved ones to uphold important relationships.

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What You’ll Find at Longbridge Deverill Nursing Home

Our residents are at the heart of the home here at Longbridge Deverill Nursing Home, which is why we have purposely built our care home to provide a variety of features and facilities that ensure comfort and convenience for our residents.

Customised Care Plans

Nursing Beds

Nurse Call Systems

GP Access

Optician Access

Dentist Access

Chiropodist Access

Physiotherapist Access

Nursing Care FAQs

Care homes and nursing homes can vary in their offering and depends on the individual needs of each resident. At Longbridge Deverill Nursing Home, we can provide a variety of nursing services such as medication management, wound care, help with activities of daily living, and monitoring of chronic conditions such as Cancer and Multiple Sclerosis. Our nursing staff also coordinate care with other healthcare professionals if needed, ensuring that each resident receives the care they need to support their overall health and wellbeing.

It might be time to think about a nursing home for yourself or a loved one if you’re seeing these signs:

  1. Significant weight loss or changes in appetite
  2. More confusion or forgetfulness
  3. Difficulty performing daily tasks like bathing, dressing, or grooming
  4. Recent hospital visits because of falls or accidents
  5. Chronic health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, or dementia worsening
  6. Trouble managing medications or sticking to treatment plans
  7. Need for specialised medical care or equipment, like oxygen therapy or wound care

Both care homes and nursing homes can assess care needs and provide recommendations for the best care. When deciding on a care home, having open conversations with your loved one about their care needs is essential.

At Longbridge Deverill Nursing Home, we are dedicated to our duty of care. We prioritise the safety of each individual by maintaining appropriate staffing levels, ensuring the competence and qualifications of our nursing staff, implementing rigorous infection control and medication management protocols, and consistently evaluating safety through audits and assessments. Additionally, our residents are safeguarded by comprehensive security measures that prevent unauthorised access and support their wellbeing.

High Standards of Care Personalised to Your Needs

Our nursing home in the local community of Warminster, Wiltshire is proud to provide specialist care and support in a variety of ways. We endeavour to provide the highest standards of care, offering support and companionship whilst encouraging independence for elderly people.


Contact Us

Longbridge Deverill Nursing Home
Church Street
Longbridge Deverill
BA12 7DJ

01985 211511info@longbridgedeverillcare.co.ukBook a TourDownload a Brochure

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