Our Care Home

The Chiswick Nursing Centre provides a welcoming and person-centred environment for older people and for those who are now too frail or ill to continue living in their own home. Our dedicated, fully qualified staff offer the highest standards of residential and nursing care.
Our variety of separate services mean that we can accommodate those with complex nursing needs as well as those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-type illnesses.

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Our Services

The Chiswick Nursing Centre has a range of highly skilled professionals who work together to deliver our key services of nursing care, specialist dementia care and respite care. We take a holistic approach and promote a combination of clinical care, diet and exercise to maintain the best quality of life for our residents.

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Our Facilities

Our quality accommodation is relaxing and comfortable, our meals are nutritious and delicious. All bedrooms have en suite facilities and we ensure that our clients are cared for in a safe and friendly environment. Residents are welcome to bring their own furniture and possessions. Our beautiful garden provides a peaceful haven which residents can enjoy and we complement this by offering many organised activities. We actively welcome visitors and relatives at all times of the day and have an open door policy.

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News

Staff thanked for hard work and good results

The Senior Management team from The Chiswick Nursing Centre recently enjoyed a drinks reception, hosted by the Directors of Ganymede Care Limited, which owns the nursing centre. The event was held to acknowledge the efforts of the team in achieving a ‘Good’ overall rating from the Care Quality Commission following its latest inspection. It also […]

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Events

Sonnets at The Chiswick

Chiswick Nursing Centre residents recently enjoyed a visit from The Hammersmith Sonnet Group who entertained them with a selection of sonnets. The word sonnet, literally means ‘little song’ and is a 14-line poem first introduced to Britain in the 16th century. It was heart-warming to see this tradition being carried on by so many young people […]

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