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About us

We at Sohal Healthcare understand that it is a difficult decision to enter residential care accommodation, for both the elderly and their relatives. To move into a community setting after years of independent living is a major change which many people approach with confused feelings and apprehension.

In all of our care homes we appreciate this, therefore if you or your relatives are in need of help now, or are planning for the future, we hope we can help in any way and do all we can to ensure the move is as easy and acceptable as possible.

Our staff

All of our care homes provide 24-hour care and services by experienced staff, many of whom have service of 10 years or more.

We believe strongly that the quality of care provided depends upon positive, involved management and a dedicated capable staff. To this end all our care homes are committed to training and all staff attend a wide variety of courses, including food hygiene, fire safety, moving and handling; drug handling; bereavement training; dementia and POVA training.

Our philosophy

Our care homes are committed to these core principles.

Get in touch

We’d love to hear from you, contact us at our Head Office.

Our care homes

Click here to find the right home for you.

The next step

The process of choosing the right home can be daunting, but we are here to support you in your decision.

To fully appreciate what the home has to offer, we invite you, your family and friends to visit us as often as you wish to help you make that choice. If you have any questions, concerns, or simply want to pop in for a visit, then please do not hesitate to call us on: 01787 221509

To whom it may concern,

I regret to inform you that due to the recent rise in COVID-19 across the nation, along with difficulties accessing regular and effective testing, Sohal Healthcare have taken the step of once again closing all of our services to non-essential visits.

We understand how much distress this will cause and can assure you that this measure has been taken as a last resort and is with deep regret. We truly believe that this is the most effective way of preventing COVID-19 spreading in our care homes.

As of Monday the 14th of September 2020, all homes in the group will again close their doors to all non-essential visits. Residents will still have access to health professionals throughout this closure, but it does mean that non-medical visitors, such as hairdressers and entertainment will also be cancelled.

We hope to update you soon as to when we can re-open and will be reviewing the situation on a weekly basis. I cannot put a date on when are likely to reopen as we will need to see an improvement in the daily figures and/or have better access to testing across the group. As soon as there is any sort of change we will let you know immediately.

This decision has been made at senior management level so please bear this in mind if and when speaking to staff at our care homes.

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss this further, please contact me on r.stokes@sohal.healthcare

Yours Sincerely


Rory Stokes

Operations Manager – Sohal Healthcare