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Greenways Rest Home

  • 720 Preston Road, Bamber Bridge, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 8JP

Type of service
Care home without nursing

Specialisms/services
Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care, Dementia, Caring for adults over 65 yrs

Local Authority Area
Lancashire

These are the results of our most recent checks showing whether this care service is meeting each of the standards that the government says you have the right to expect.

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Standards you have the right to expect

1
Treating people with respect and involving them in their care
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2
Providing care, treatment and support that meets people's needs
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  • People should get safe and appropriate care that meets their needs and supports their rights (outcome 4)
    Meeting this standard

    Our latest inspection of this standard was:

    on 9 January 2014 during a routine inspection

    See our inspector's full report about this standard published 15 February 2014

  • Food and drink should meet people's individual dietary needs (outcome 5)
    Meeting this standard

    Our latest inspection of this standard was:

    on 16 April 2013 during a routine inspection

    See our inspector's full report about this standard published 7 August 2013

  • People should get safe and coordinated care when they move between different services (outcome 6)
    Meeting this standard

    This check was based on declarations and evidence given by this care service when they registered with CQC on 14 September 2010. We have not yet carried out an inspection.

    When we inspect this standard we will publish a full report.

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Caring for people safely and protecting them from harm
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Staffing
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5
Quality and suitability of management
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  • The service should have quality checking systems to manage risks and assure the health, welfare and safety of people who receive care (outcome 16)
    Meeting this standard

    Our latest inspection of this standard was:

    on 30 July 2013 during an inspection to make sure that the improvements required had been made

    See our inspector's full report about this standard published 13 September 2013

  • People should have their complaints listened to and acted on properly (outcome 17)
    Meeting this standard

    This check was based on declarations and evidence given by this care service when they registered with CQC on 14 September 2010. We have not yet carried out an inspection.

    When we inspect this standard we will publish a full report.

  • Notification of death of a person who uses services (outcome 18)
    Meeting this standard

    Our latest inspection of this standard was:

    during a check to make sure that the improvements required had been made

    See our inspector's full report about this standard published 4 April 2014

  • The service must tell CQC about certain incidents, as required by law, that affect the health, safety and welfare of people who receive care (outcome 20)
    Meeting this standard

    Our latest inspection of this standard was:

    during a check to make sure that the improvements required had been made

    See our inspector's full report about this standard published 4 April 2014

  • People's personal records, including medical records, should be accurate and kept safe and confidential (outcome 21)
    Meeting this standard

    Our latest inspection of this standard was:

    on 9 January 2014 during a routine inspection

    See our inspector's full report about this standard published 15 February 2014

Inspection Reports

Carried out during a check to make sure that the improvements required had been made
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Carried out on 9 January 2014 during a routine inspection
Carried out on 30 July 2013 during an inspection to make sure that the improvements required had been made
Carried out on 16 and 17 April 2013 during a routine inspection
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Carried out on 1 May 2012 during a check to make sure that the improvements required had been made
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Carried out on 6 February 2012 during a check to make sure that the improvements required had been made
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Carried out on 1 November 2011 during a check to make sure that the improvements required had been made
Carried out on 5 May 2011 during an inspection in response to concerns
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Reports under our old system of regulation (including those from before CQC was created)
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What our icons mean

All standards were being met when we inspected the service. If this service has not had a CQC inspection since it registered with us, our judgement may be based on our assessment of declarations and evidence supplied by the service.
At least one standard in this area was not being met when we inspected the service and we required improvements.
At least one standard in this area was not being met when we inspected the service and we have taken enforcement action.


What does a grey cross mean

At least one standard in this area was not being met when we inspected the service and we required improvements.

What happens next
The service will tell us how it is making improvements. Once we are happy that the improvements have been made, we will update our judgement to show a green tick. Other times, we may have to carry out a 'follow-up' inspection to check improvements.


How can I get more information
Our inspector's report will give you more information about why the service received a grey cross. You can also contact the service directly or visit its website for more details on any improvements it has made.



What does a red cross mean

At least one standard was not being met when we inspected the service and we took enforcement action.

What happens next
The type of enforcement action we take depends on the seriousness of our inspector's findings, and the service must make improvements before we update the judgement on our website.


How can I get more information
Our inspector's report will give you more information about why the service received a red cross. You can also contact the service directly or visit its website for more details on any improvements it has made.