Norfolk’s largest care providers has achieved a ‘good’ rating for all its homes and schemes from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
NorseCare operate more than 30 care homes and schemes, inspectors from the CQC has awarded ‘good’ ratings in all 34 NorseCare locations.
The achievement means NorseCare are the only care in England and Wales to have all their homes rated as ‘good’ or above by the CQC.
Karen Knight, managing director of NorseCare, said: “This really is a phenomenal achievement for our homes and schemes. It recognises the incredible daily efforts of our dedicated care staff as well as the focus and commitment of our support teams.
“To be currently ranked as the number one care provider as a result of very thorough CQC inspections is great news for our staff and for the people receiving our care and support.”
NorseCare is owned by Norfolk County Council and formed in 2011 and employs over 1,600 staff across the homes and schemes.
Andrew Proctor, leader of Norfolk County Council said: “As Leader of Norfolk County Council I am extremely proud of this achievement by NorseCare.
“There is a continuing drive for excellence and high quality within all of their homes. This is reflected in their high CQC ratings and is a extremely positive indication of how NorseCare continues to provide excellent care for all the people who live with them.”
NorseCare provides care and support to over 1,400 people in 19 residential care homes and 15 housing with care schemes.