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We are carrying out a review of quality at Woodside Care Home. We will publish a report when our review is complete. Find out more about our inspection reports.

Details of this locations CQC registration


Here you will find the list of services and areas where we, the Care Quality Commission, authorise and regulate this service to operate. If you think this service is operating services not listed here please contact us

Type of service
  • Residential homes
Specialisms/services
  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Dementia
  • Physical disabilities
Local authority
  • Lincolnshire

Regulated services/activities

CQC register Woodside Care Home to carry out the following legally regulated services here:

Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care

  • Dr Jagadeeswara Kodali is responsible for these services.
Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must not admit any new service users to Woodside Care Home, Lincoln Road, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2EA without the prior written agreement of the CQC. This extends to any current service user who is admitted and discharged from hospital and includes respite admissions and the re-admission of any service user who has been resident at the home at any time and who may be seeking to return.

The registered provider must ensure sufficient levels of staff are immediately deployed at Woodside Care Home, Lincoln Road, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2EA to meet the needs of the service users at all times.

The registered provider must ensure that it implements an effective staff dependency tool system to ensure that Woodside Care Home, Lincoln Road, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2EA has staffing levels to meet all service users’ needs at all times. The registered provider must provide the CQC with a report setting out the steps it has taken to implement the staff dependency tool system as required in the above condition by 5pm Thursday 24 September 2020.

The registered provider must carry out a full review of its staff skills, competencies and qualifications to ensure that service user’s health and care needs can be met. The registered provider must supply the CQC with a breakdown of each staff member’s qualification, competencies, skills and experience and an explanation of how it considers that its staff can meet service users care and treatment needs by 5pm Thursday 24 September 2020.

The registered provider must ensure effective processes for infection control and prevention (including a daily cleaning schedule) is in place with immediate effect. In doing so, the registered provider must have due regard to current Government guidance on Covid-19 and personal protective equipment (PPE) for care workers working in care homes.

The registered provider must confirm in writing to the CQC that the above condition has been complied with and supply the CQC with updated policies, action plans and what steps it has taken to implement the above-mentioned processes by 5pm Monday 21 September 2020.

The registered provider must ensure a full assessment of service users needs is completed including risk assessments and reviews of care plans by 5pm Thursday 24 September 2020. The person responsible for completing the assessments must be appropriately skilled and experienced to do so.

The registered provider must provide the CQC with confirmation that it has complied with the above condition by 5pm 1 October 2020 and supply the CQC with evidence of the same.

The registered provider must supply the CQC with evidence of the maintenance checks and repairs being undertaken in relation to:

a) Lighting on the first-floor corridor

b) Emergency lighting on the first-floor corridor adjacent to the fire door

c) Ensure that all wardrobes in service user rooms are secured to a wall

d) Bath panelling to the main bath on the ground floor

e) Checks of hot water temperatures throughout the service

The registered provider must devise and implement an effective system to ensure that all records relating to “Accidents and Incidents” occurring at Woodside Care Home, Lincoln Road, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2EA are reviewed and analysed and provide the CQC with evidence of the same by 5pm Thursday 24 September 2020.

Within five days after this condition takes effect the registered provider must provide the Care Quality Commission with a governance policy which describes how they will monitor the safety and quality of care being carried out at Woodside Care Home. The policy must describe clearly how and when audits will be carried out in relation to; accidents and incidents, risk assessments, care plans, safeguarding, infection control, building maintenance, staff recruitment, staff supervision, and complaints. On the last day of each calendar month thereafter (or the preceding Friday where the last day of the month falls on a weekend), the registered provider must send to the CQC a written report of the audits that have been carried out in line with the governance policy which includes details of findings and includes an action plan of actions taken or to be taken.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The Registered Provider must not provide nursing care under accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care at Woodside Care Home.

The Registered Provider must only accommodate a maximum of 42 service users at Woodside Care Home.