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Summerdale Court Care Home Requires improvement

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We are carrying out a review of quality at Summerdale Court 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
  • Nursing homes
Specialisms/services
  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Caring for adults under 65 yrs
  • Dementia
  • Mental health conditions
Local authority
  • Newham

Regulated services/activities

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

Accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care

  • Mrs Natasha Southall is responsible for these services.
  • Mrs Rita Aujla is the registered manager for these services at this location.
Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must not admit more than 10 service

users to Summerdale Court Care Home per calendar month

without the prior written agreement of the Care Quality

Commission, such agreement not to be unreasonably

withheld.

The registered provider must, within 14 days of this

condition taking effect, provide the Care Quality Commission

with written documentation, setting out the system the

registered provider operates to ensure:

a. Ongoing senior management oversight and support is

provided to enable the necessary improvements to be

introduced, embedded and sustained across all units.

These improvements relate to diabetes management;

the management of PRN (as needed) medicines; the

management of falls; the need for consistent quality

care planning; the assessment of people’s health

(with specific regard to recognising when they are

deteriorating) and communication with relatives.

b. The recruitment of appropriately qualified staff,

including dedicated effective leadership, for the

recently refurbished top floor of Summerdale Court

Care Home.

c. Appropriate measures continue to be taken to reduce

the risks associated with infection control, including

Covid-19 transmission.

The registered provider must, within 14 days of this

condition taking effect, devise and implement an effective

system to ensure the risk and incidence of falls are

managed, setting out action taken (or to be taken) as a

result of falls, and send a copy of this information to the

Care Quality Commission. By the 28th day of each month

thereafter, commencing on 28 November 2020, the

registered provider must send to the Care Quality

Commission a report detailing the registered provider’s

analysis of any falls, identification of trends, any

investigations carried out and their outcomes, lessons learnt,

and action taken to prevent reoccurrence.

The registered provider must, within 14 days of this

condition taking effect, provide the Care Quality Commission

with a copy of audits undertaken by a suitably qualified and

competent person regarding the management of blood

glucose monitoring and PRN protocols. These audits must

be repeated on a monthly basis.

By the 28th day of each month thereafter, commencing on

28 November 2020, the registered provider must submit an

action plan to the Care Quality Commission. The action plan

must detail the actions to be taken to address all issues

identified in the audits referred to above. The action plan

must include timescales for each action to be completed.

Terms of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

The registered provider must only accommodate a maximum of 116 service users at Summerdale Court Care Home.

Treatment of disease, disorder or injury

  • Mrs Natasha Southall is responsible for these services.
  • Mrs Rita Aujla is the registered manager for these services at this location.
Condition of this registration relating to carrying out this regulated activity

By the 28th day of each month thereafter, commencing on

28 November 2020, the registered provider must submit an

action plan to the Care Quality Commission. The action plan

must detail the actions to be taken to address all issues

identified in the audits referred to above. The action plan

must include timescales for each action to be completed.

The registered provider must not admit more than 10 service

users to Summerdale Court Care Home per calendar month

without the prior written agreement of the Care Quality

Commission, such agreement not to be unreasonably

withheld.

The registered provider must, within 14 days of this

condition taking effect, provide the Care Quality Commission

with written documentation, setting out the system the

registered provider operates to ensure:

a. Ongoing senior management oversight and support is

provided to enable the necessary improvements to be

introduced, embedded and sustained across all units.

These improvements relate to diabetes management;

the management of PRN (as needed) medicines; the

management of falls; the need for consistent quality

care planning; the assessment of people’s health

(with specific regard to recognising when they are

deteriorating) and communication with relatives.

b. The recruitment of appropriately qualified staff,

including dedicated effective leadership, for the

recently refurbished top floor of Summerdale Court

Care Home.

c. Appropriate measures continue to be taken to reduce

the risks associated with infection control, including

Covid-19 transmission.

The registered provider must, within 14 days of this

condition taking effect, devise and implement an effective

system to ensure the risk and incidence of falls are

managed, setting out action taken (or to be taken) as a

result of falls, and send a copy of this information to the

Care Quality Commission. By the 28th day of each month

thereafter, commencing on 28 November 2020, the

registered provider must send to the Care Quality

Commission a report detailing the registered provider’s

analysis of any falls, identification of trends, any

investigations carried out and their outcomes, lessons learnt,

and action taken to prevent reoccurrence.

The registered provider must, within 14 days of this

condition taking effect, provide the Care Quality Commission

with a copy of audits undertaken by a suitably qualified and

competent person regarding the management of blood

glucose monitoring and PRN protocols. These audits must

be repeated on a monthly basis.