Upton House Nursing Home

Upton House Nursing Home
Co. Cork

Contact: Noeleen MacAnallen

Tel No: 00353 (0) 21 4775424
Email: [email protected]
HIQA Reports http://www.hiqa.ie/social-care/find-a-centre/nursing-homes/upton-house-nursing-home-0

Upton House Nursing Home was established in 1981 and is a purpose-built single storey nursing home attached to an older two storey period house which is unoccupied.
It provides long stay care to older people and is registered for the care of 19 older people.

It is set in the tranquil countryside approx 3km from Innishannon village, Co. Cork.

Upton House Nursing Home pride themselves in the warm, friendly, relaxed atmosphere where Residents are respected and treated, as they would want their own loved ones to be treated.
They truly care for their Residents as they travel through one of the most vulnerable parts of their life journey.

At Upton House, they offer their Residents choice, in all aspects of their lives. Their greatest desire is that their Residents will feel loved and valued with them as well as feeling a continued sense of purpose in life

The grounds are well kept and there is ample car parking space.

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