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.
Alison joined Fairlie Healthcare in May 2011 and has been the Registered Home Manager for Highfield House since March 2014.
Prior to joining Fairlie, Alison worked as an RN specialising in cases of young adults and children with brain and spinal injuries, often with tracheostomy and ventilator dependency. This experience led to her heading an innovative service under the provision of the Approved NHS Framework offering health and social care staffing solutions for young adults with neurological conditions throughout Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent & Surrey.
Alison is very experienced in creating tailored care support packages for adults with neurological conditions and complex medical needs and is passionate about the delivery of excellent patient care and the maintenance of the highest clinical standards.
She is committed to supporting and developing her team to maintain Highfield’s ‘Outstanding’ CQC status and works closely with the local NHS CCG teams and patient families to ensure admissions are handled with consideration, kindness and professionalism.
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 8670 6090
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the Statement from the Prime Minister on 23rd March 2020 and the advice from Public Health England, we have taken the difficult decision to close our doors to all visitors until further notice. The only exception to this rule will be essential visits by healthcare professionals.
We are committed to maintaining the health and well-being of our residents, staff members and the wider community and we very much appreciate your cooperation and understanding at this very difficult time.
For further information on COVID-19, we have compiled a list of resources you may find useful here.