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Halsey House Requires improvement

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
  • Nursing homes
Specialisms/services
  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Dementia
Local authority
  • Norfolk

Regulated services/activities

CQC register Halsey House to carry out the following legally regulated services here:

Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care

  • Mr Antony Baines is responsible for these services.
  • Mrs Sharon Ann Hipper is the registered manager for these services at this location.
Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

Within 10 days of this notice coming into effect you must provide the CQC with:

(1) An action plan which demonstrates how you are addressing the shortfalls found during the inspection on 14 and 15 August 2019. This must include confirmation that the planning and delivery of care is based on the accurate assessment of risks. Your action plan should detail, associated timescales and who will be responsible to ensure that the required improvements are made, outline any remedial or immediate action taken along with any other action that you plan to take as a result the findings.

The action plan must include and consider risks associated with:

a) The management of environmental risks including communal areas and equipment, and unlocked medicines cabinets and personal items in people�s bedrooms.

b) Medicines management, including a review of the administration and recording of all prescribed medicines to ensure completion, accuracy and adherence to good practice guidance, and a review of medicines stock to ensure medicines are available as prescribed. It should also include self-administration records.

c) Accidents and incidents, including a full analysis. The results of these must be recorded in writing and a summary sent to the CQC on the first Monday of each month after this Notice comes into effect.

d) Care records, including risk assessments including service user specific risks relating to behaviours and updates where needed. This must include ensuring service users receive care and treatment in a way that meets their needs and preferences.

(2) Completed quality audits including of documentation, the environment and medicines management, to ensure staff are completing all service user�s paperwork to a consistent standard and that environmental risks are being identified and mitigated.

On the first Monday in the month following provision of the information at 1 and 2 above, you must provide the Commission with a report of progress made to meet the conditio

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The Registered Provider must only Accommodate a maximum of 89 service users at Halsey House.

Treatment of disease, disorder or injury

  • Mr Antony Baines is responsible for these services.
  • Mrs Sharon Ann Hipper is the registered manager for these services at this location.
Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

Within 10 days of this notice coming into effect you must provide the CQC with:

(1) An action plan which demonstrates how you are addressing the shortfalls found during the inspection on 14 and 15 August 2019. This must include confirmation that the planning and delivery of care is based on the accurate assessment of risks. Your action plan should detail, associated timescales and who will be responsible to ensure that the required improvements are made, outline any remedial or immediate action taken along with any other action that you plan to take as a result the findings.

The action plan must include and consider risks associated with:

a) The management of environmental risks including communal areas and equipment, and unlocked medicines cabinets and personal items in people�s bedrooms.

b) Medicines management, including a review of the administration and recording of all prescribed medicines to ensure completion, accuracy and adherence to good practice guidance, and a review of medicines stock to ensure medicines are available as prescribed. It should also include self-administration records.

c) Accidents and incidents, including a full analysis. The results of these must be recorded in writing and a summary sent to the CQC on the first Monday of each month after this Notice comes into effect.

d) Care records, including risk assessments including service user specific risks relating to behaviours and updates where needed. This must include ensuring service users receive care and treatment in a way that meets their needs and preferences.

(2) Completed quality audits including of documentation, the environment and medicines management, to ensure staff are completing all service user�s paperwork to a consistent standard and that environmental risks are being identified and mitigated.

On the first Monday in the month following provision of the information at 1 and 2 above, you must provide the Commission with a report of progress made to meet the conditio