Message From Bev Concerning Corona Virus

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Rushymead Action Against Corona Virus


At Rushymead, we have long established, as standard, infection control precautions against the transmission of infectious agents from identified and unidentified sources of infection. These include blood, body fluids, mucous membranes or non-intact skin plus paraphernalia that may have become contaminated. The way my staff and I go about this is by evaluation of any threat to and from every person in Rushymead including the scale of contact and probable scale of exposure to a source or sources of infection. This is not just for our residents’ and staff safety but also for visitors under normal operations. 

On top of routine evaluation for risk of infection and managing vulnerability, personal hygiene is of prime importance at Rushymead. This plus the use of personal protective equipment, approved hand washing techniques, safe handling of paraphernalia and the whole care environment has over the years enabled us to check and swiftly eliminate any outbreak.

Current Measures

The home is currently on lockdown to protect our residents and only essential visitors will be admitted such as paramedics and DNs at this time. We sincerely hope that this is a provisional course of action and we are hopeful that we will be able to open our doors to you as soon as we are in a position to. On top of our set standard, we are following the current guidelines from the government and Public Health England in relation to COVID-19. 

My staff, of whom I’m very proud, are currently working exceptionally hard during this difficult time adapting to our further improved and updated standards germane to COVID-19. Any resident or staff that should show any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 will be isolated as per NHS guidelines. 

We have 20 acres of beautiful grounds at Rushymead and, weather permitting, we always take full advantage by taking our residents out for a walk. So, they are never confined indoors unless they so wish. 

In case you or someone else needs care or just to get in touch, please click here. Emails have been sent out to all families advising them of the availability to Skype so they are able to keep in touch with their loved ones.

Thank you all for your understanding and cooperation at this unprecedented time.

Stay Safe and Stay Home.

Bev Sturges


Rushymead Residential Care Home



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Experienced Home Health Aids

Companionship is key to a trusted relationship with our caregivers. We not only strive to help you with everyday tasks but want to develop a caring relationship with you. We provide one-on-one attention and care that cannot compare in other settings. 



Dental & Chiropody

A Chiropodist comes every 6-8 weeks and a visit by a private dentist can be arranged. A telephone is available for resident's use, or a private line can be installed in the resident's room.

The hairdresser also visits once a week.


Physical Disability Support

Arthritis, physical disabilities and age-related conditions like dementia are some of the few circumstances that prevent one from caring for themselves. Our caregivers can assist you with daily tasks such as mobility, eating, exercising, and grooming.



Care for Dementia Patients

Our experienced and highly trained caregivers provide the highest quality of care to both residents and their families. Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones live happy and fulfilling lives. 




Stimulating Environment

Our Activity Organiser arranges for group activities everyday of the week. 

If the resident is able to undertake travel away from Rushymead, visits to place of local interest, theatres, garden centres or lunch at a local pub are arranged. 

Every effort is made to provide a stimulating environment for our residents.

An optional inter-denominational service is held every other week, which is conducted by a local lay preacher.








"I was very glad my Mother ended up at Rushymead, one hears such terrible stories about residential homes, but she couldn't have been anywhere better. You were all very patient and caring, especially in the last few months, I'm glad she could stay til the last. Thank you all so much."





"Mum, Sarah, has been at Rushymead since May of last year and we would like everyone to know what a fabulous place it is. Sarah's overall health has improved even though she struggles with everyday matters and can no longer stand, walk or look after herself, her general health is fine. Rushymead is situated in such wonderful surroundings it really is a pleasure to be able to take Mum out into the gardens on a warm day for her to see the wildlife and the picturesque location of the home." 





"Thank you All at Rushymead for the kindness and understanding and care that you gave my mother. Her early days where quite straight forward but later things became quite difficult for you, but you never gave up on her, the strength and commitment that you all have is something very special. I shall always remember you."





"Rushymead is excellent as always"





"The care is absolutely excellent, we are so lucky to have found Rushymead"





"To all the wonderful people who looked after my Nanna, Thank you so much for all the love and care that you gave her."





"Rushymead is a wonderful home. Staff could not be better, they are so kind and helpful"





"I want to say a very big Thank You for the wonderful way in which Rushymead is run. You are also a very special kind person"


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Let us know about your questions or concerns. We will get back to you as soon as we can. 

For further information, please contact the Care Manager Bev Sturges at:

Tower Road, Coleshill, Amersham, Bucks, HP7 0LA


Feel free to fax any forms to 01494 724432

Rushymead Residential Care Home