Queen Elizabeth ParkGuildford, Surrey
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A warm and welcoming home at the heart of the community
Facilities include an in-house Elegance hair and beauty salon
Comfortably furnished throughout: a home-from-home environment
Our nursing team are always on hand and make any regular health checks
Facilities include an in-house cinema
The home promotes an active lifestyle, with a wide range of activities to suit all
Our devoted team provide exceptional, personally tailored care
Our Jubilee Lounge - a perfect place to entertain visitors
Our well stocked library provides ideal quiet space
Kitchenettes to enable cooking/baking activities
Queen Elizabeth Park
Queen Elizabeth Park residential care home in Guildford, Surrey is a community within a community. It sees residents, families and staff enjoy their time together.
This is not just a residential, nursing and dementia care home. Of course it provides all the features you would expect, like highly trained care and nursing staff available around the clock. But it goes much further than that. The interior is elegantly and tastefully put together and the menus are so delicious you’ll want to stay for dinner with your loved one every night. There is a real sense of home, where residents, staff and regular visitors create a vibrant community.
I immediately knew Queen Elizabeth Park was the right place for me. I was made to feel extremely welcome. My quality of life has greatly improved and I can lead a full and active life – much better than in my own home. Frank Judd, resident
Life at Queen Elizabeth Park
The many facilities the home has to offer include a bar, lounge and dining areas.
If a resident is agitated or distressed, the room helps these feelings melt away. The home also offers pet therapy, where residents are encouraged to pet and stroke a specially trained Labrador which visits twice a week.
There is no time for boredom here. The weekly planned activities programme is full and varied. There are outings arranged twice a week. A quick hop on the home’s private mini bus and residents can enjoy a leisurely coffee and catch-up in town or a stroll around the Horticultural Gardens.
For those who would prefer to be entertained within the home, Queen Elizabeth Park has plenty to offer. Live musicians come along and play the residents’ favourite tunes, where everyone has a good old sing along, whilst screenings of classic movies, complete with popcorn, are also popular.
Type of care
- Nursing care
- Dementia care
- 77 en-suite bedrooms
- Elegant lounge and dining areas
- Manicured gardens
- Mini bus
We promote an active lifestyle at Queen Elizabeth Park and a wide variety of activities and events are organised to keep our residents occupied each day. We have forged close links with the community and are constantly visiting local places of interest, as well as bringing in local entertainers into our home.
Here are some examples that bring fun and laughter into the lives of our residents.
An example of our activities.
AM - Nail Care
PM - Flower Arranging
AM - Coffee Morning and Quiz
PM - Entertainment Afternoon
AM - Trip to Garden Centre
PM - Mini-bus Trip
AM - Music and Movement
PM - Art and Craft
AM - Visit the mobile shop
PM - Bingo and Raffle
Queen Elizabeth Park
1-72 Hallowes Close
Tel: 01483 324 087View a larger Map -0.585293 51.263663
Residents at Queen Elizabeth Park receive an exceptional level of care thanks to a highly trained team of dedicated people. The home carries the butterfly service kite mark, which means staff are also fully trained in looking after patients with dementia.
Heather De-Ninis, Acting Home Manager
Jackie Avenell, Activities Coordinator
Jackie has worked at Queen Elizabeth Park for eight years. As the activities coordinator Jackie uses a wide range of activities and therapies to stimulate the residents and ensure they enjoy themselves. Jackie sets out to make a difference using her extensive schedule to improve the quality of life for the residents.
We love to hear from family members and friends about their experiences of life at Queen Elizabeth Park. How they feel about our home, the care we give and the team that make that possible.
Knowing the ways in which we have made a difference and touched the lives of those in our care – and their loved ones – is what keeps us focused on delivering the highest standard of care at all times.
A very big thank you to you and all the staff at QEP for the wonderful Valentine's celebration last Friday.
You had all put so much thought and effort into every detail from the table settings to the personalised Valentine cards, which were very moving. It was a lovely opportunity to meet other relatives in a very relaxed setting.
The food was superb, and the handmade chocolates were very yummy! We all agreed it was a 5* service.
Thank you all.
Maureen & Brian
Maureen & Brian
16th February 2014
To all the staff at Queen Elizabeth Park
Thank you for the wonderful care you gave to Lynda Ogle. Your job is so very important and difficult and you all gave her such great comfort, delivered with compassion.
I wish I could thank each and every individual member of staff personally.
2nd November 2013
I am writing to tell you how much my family and I appreciated the care your nursing staff gave my wife during her stay at Queen Elizabeth Park.
I understand the home has always had an excellent reputation for its care and consideration and we are very grateful to you and all your nursing staff for all the attention given during her stay.
29th April 2013
I was very satisfied with the level of care at Queen Elizabeth Park and the staff have been very kind to my uncle and also to his daughter when she used to visit.
I would like to say a huge 'thank you' to all the staff and hope that they know they are appreicated.
11th January 2013
I want to say a very big 'thank you' to everyone who made Erics 100th birthday party the success it was. Some of the family had not previously seen Eric at Queen Elizabeth Park and all were impressed at how well cared for he obviously is, and very contented. All the staff are always so helpful and supportive.
Thank you again to everyone.
7th January 2013
Dear Queen Elizabeth Park,
I wanted to express my heart felt thanks to you for all the care and attention you provided to my father and myself over the past three years.
I have really appreicated your support and your ability to listen and to empathise.
8th March 2012