Woodstown House

in Banstead, Surrey

Woodstown House is scheduled to open in Banstead, Surrey in December 2020 and at full capacity will offer 40 beds to adults living with complex neurological conditions.

It is located in a picturesque setting on the outskirts of the town on the edge of the North Downs in Surrey. The new purpose-built Home has been constructed on the site of a former derelict care home which was demolished in 2018 to make way for Woodstown House. 

Following extensive consultation with Reigate & Banstead Council and the local residents association we believe Woodstown House will be a welcome addition to the local community and provide employment to approximately 150 nursing, care, catering and administration staff.

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Home Manager, Daisy Selvakumar

Daisy joined Fairlie Healthcare in August 2013 as a Senior Charge Nurse overseeing a team of nurses looking after a 10 bed ventilator unit at Fairlie House, West Norwood. Within a short period of time she was promoted to Deputy Clinical Manager and in May 2016 Daisy became the Registered Home Manager for Fairlie House.

Since becoming an RGN in 1978 Daisy has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of critical care both in the UK and the Middle East in hospitals and premier care units, caring for patients with complex medical needs including ventilator support, spinal injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and multi-system failure. Daisy’s passion is education, training and mentoring.

Having helped the team at Fairlie to achieve ‘Outstanding’ status following the latest CQC inspection, Daisy has now taken up the challenge of being Registered Home Manager at the Group’s new specialist care facility, Woodstown House.

Additionally, Daisy organised and administered several community-based projects on behalf of the International Red Cross and Unicef in Cambodia, India, Tibet, Sudan, and several other countries. Daisy is committed to mentoring and developing her team, encouraging them to share best practice with their colleagues and continually improve the care and experience of the residents in their care.

covid-19 update

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.