near Purley in Croydon
near Purley in Croydon
Highfield House was opened in 2011 with 27 beds available to patients requiring long-term specialist neurological care; in 2017 an additional 18 beds were added, allowing Highfield House to offer expanded state of the art facilities to patients and their families.
At Highfield we offer the highest standards of care to patients affected by neurological conditions and requiring specialised treatment and therapies to enable them to make their life as fulfilling as possible. Wherever possible we seek input from patients’ families and friends to help us identify the things they enjoy doing, and incorporate them as far as possible into the recreational activities we employ as part of their individual care plan.
We also provide short-term rehabilitation services to enable patients to achieve maximum independence prior to discharge into the community through a multi-disciplinary approach co-ordinated by our Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine.
Ellie Suthers trained as a nurse at the Middlesex Hospital in London. She went on to specialise in intensive care and trauma nursing at many of the London hospitals. Moving on to work as an organ donation and transplant coordinator before developing further skills in healthcare management.
Transferring clinical, project and management skills she found herself working in some surprising roles including project managing the building of hospitals, teaching scuba diving in various sites across the world and leading a team of amateur sailors in an around the world yacht race.
More conventionally, Ellie specialised in clinical governance and quality improvement across the acute and primary care setting embedding regulatory requirements into operational management and service delivery.
Most recently completing a return to nursing practice programme part of which was spent nursing at the Royal Trinity Hospice in London.
Ellie’s core aim is to enable and sustain the delivery of person-centred care by developing and supporting Highfield House staff to embrace the ethos of our core values of privacy, dignity, choice, independence, rights and fulfilment to direct how care and therapy is provided to the patient ensuring dignity and respect is upheld at all times.
See for yourself how we help those in our care to live well and enjoy a meaningful lifestyle, while accessing the range of rehabilitation and care services required on an ongoing basis, to maximise their further recovery and to enable them to lead as independent and fulfilling lives as possible.
Talk to us: 020 8763 2060
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As the current COVID19 restrictions are being reduced, we are pleased to be able to welcome back visiting for two nominated visitors for ‘contact visiting’ with family members. Please contact the Home for further information and advice. All other family and friends visits can still occur in our COVID secure visitor pods.