Who We Are

The Fairlie Healthcare Group is an independent provider of specialist care for people living with complex neurological conditions, either through illness or as a result of acquired brain trauma.

We have over 20 years’ experience in providing care and support to patients and their families who are coming to terms with what may be a combination of complex physical or neurological disabilities that will be life-changing for them.

The good news for families and relatives is that we are at the forefront of specialised placement services, and a leading expert in assessment, care, and rehabilitation for patients who require continuous intensive nursing.

Fairlie Healthcare presently operates two specialised care homes:

Fairlie House, in West Norwood, South London a 45-bedroom home and Highfield House in Purley, Croydon also a 45-bedroom home.

We also have other facilities that meet our exacting standards, as primary resources for care and therapy.

A healthy mix of multidisciplinary clinical care with therapeutic, recreational and social care is central to our placement practice, and our provision is widely recognised as exemplary and as a centre of excellence which upholds the highest standards of care and professionalism.

We are also incredibly proud of our most recent “outstanding” award from the Care Quality Commission and are working hard to uphold this fantastic accolade.

We have really big plans for the future and are currently building a brand-new care home which is located in the outskirts of Banstead due to open in Spring 2020 and are expanding our ever growing team of employees to help provide “outstanding”​ services to meet the needs of our residents.

Find out more about how Fairlie Healthcare operates using the links below.

Our Culture & Values

Our core values, supported by our Values Framework, exist to ensure we deliver person centred care to meet the individual needs of our patients.

Executive Team

The Fairlie Healthcare Group is led by a senior management team with a wealth of experience in the healthcare sector.


The publication of our first Annual Quality Account in 2018 reflected our continued commitment to offer excellence in nursing 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.