Nursing Care Homes

If your loved one needs round-the-clock, 24-hour care and support, a nursing care home may be the best option. Here you can compare nearby nursing care homes and filter by the cost of care, facilities available and move-in date.

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Godalming, GU7 1BXCare UK
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,174

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Southend-on-Sea, SS9 3HPHallmark Care Homes
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,660

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Billericay, CM11 2LEHallmark Care Homes
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,675

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London, SW19 4ELHallmark Care Homes
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,935

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Bristol, BS10 7TQBerkley Care
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,350

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Stansted, CM24 8LHCare UK
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,462

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Horley, RH6 8RGCare UK
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,400

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Buckingham, MK18 1QFCare UK
Care Home TypeNursing
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From £1,275

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More information about Nursing Care Homes

What is nursing care?

A nursing care home provides medical care and extra support for any residents with specific health conditions or disabilities. Every nursing care home has trained care assistants always on-hand to support all residents with their personal care needs.

Cost of nursing care

With 24-hour support, nursing care homes are typically more expensive than residential care homes. The average weekly cost of nursing care in England is £979, which covers specialist support, help with day-to-day tasks and daily social activities.

Nursing care facilities

Alongside everyday support, nursing care homes offer round-the-clock assistance for all residents. For example, if your loved one has a specific medical condition that requires supervision and regular medication administration, there will always be a nursing assistant at the home to help them.

Frequently Asked Questions about Nursing Care Homes

What do nursing care homes do?

Nursing care homes offer support for anyone who has a medical condition or disability that requires regular care from registered nurses. Alongside specialist support, nursing care homes offer a home-from-home environment and help with daily tasks.

What is the difference between a nursing home and a care home?

Care homes offer all different types of care, including residential care and short-term respite care. Nursing homes are a type of care homes that offer specialist, round-the-clock care for residents who have specific health conditions. Rest-assured your loved one will have 24-hour support from specially trained care assistants in a nursing care home.

What is funded nursing care?

If you’re eligible, you can receive NHS-funded nursing care that covers some of the cost of care. You might be able to get funded nursing care if you live in a care home that’s registered to provide nursing care and you’ve been assessed as needing support from a registered nurse.