Care Homes and Care at Home Providers in London


1590 Care Homes and Care at Home found, showing 1 - 20
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1 Sewardstone Close
Location: Sewardstone, Waltham Abbey
London, Essex, E4 7RG

Phone: 02080 162013
Website: http://www.enablecare.co.uk
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1 Sheringham Avenue
Location: 1 Sheringham Avenue, Oakwood
London, N14 4UB

Phone: NA
Website: http://www.voyagecare.com/carehome/item/id/249
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10 Egremont House
Location: Flat 10, Egremont House, Russett Way
London, SE13 7NE

Phone: 07391 816663
Website: NA
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101 Brook Street
Location: Erith
London, DA8 1JJ

Phone: 01322 332840
Website: http://www.ambient.org.uk/services/brook-street-short-breaks-respite/
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101 Royal Hill
Location: Greenwich
London, SE10 8SS

Phone: 02086 943652
Website: NA
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11 Tooting Bec Gardens
Location: Streatham
London, SW16 1QY

Phone: 02087 691235
Website: www.ftf.org.uk
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135 Norman Road
Location: 135 Norman Road
London, E11 4RJ

Phone: 02085 390596
Website: NA
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148 Hornsey Lane
Location: 148 Hornsey Lane, Islington
London, N6 5NS

Phone: 02072 723036
Website: NA
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16 Balnacraig Avenue
Location: Neasden
London, NW10 1TH

Phone: NA
Website: http://www.voyagecare.com/carehome/item/id/150
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167 Lodge Hill
Location: Abbey Wood
London, SE2 0AS

Phone: 02083 109534
Website: NA
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19 Wheathill Road
Location: 19 Wheathill Road
London, SE20 7XQ

Phone: 02086 593337
Website: NA
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229 Mitcham Lane Limited - 11 Angles Road
Location: 11 Angles Road, Streatham
London, SW16 2UU

Phone: 02086 777444
Website: NA
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237 Central Park Road
Location: 237 Central Park Road
London, E6 3AE

Phone: 07984 633345
Website: NA
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24 Fortune Gate
Location: 24 Fortune Gate Road, Harlesden
London, NW10 9RE

Phone: 07538 974522
Website: NA
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25 Cheriton Queens Crescent, London, Nw5 4ez
Location: 25 Cheriton, Queens Crescent
London, NW5 4EZ

Phone: 02076 939879
Website: www.ratherhomecare.co.uk
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25 Imperial House
Location: Imperial House, 64 Willoughby Lane
London, N17 0SP

Phone: 02088 016631
Website: www.circle-care.uk
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266 High Road
Location: BLIGHTY, 266-268 High Road
London, N15 4AJ

Phone: 07809 549735
Website: www.ofiyhealthcare.co.uk
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3 North Avenue
Location: 3 North Avenue
London, N18 2PS

Phone: 07867 965002
Website: NA
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301 Poet Court
Location: Flat 301, Poet Court, 78 Shandy Street
London, E1 3FT

Phone: 07443 522919
Website: NA
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31 Woodbourne Avenue
Location: Streatham
London, SW16 1UP

Phone: 02087 691865
Website: www.ftf.org.uk

Care Homes and Care at Home

Care Homes: Care homes are organisations providing accommodation and care for people who are unable to look after themselves. There are generally two types of care homes: Residential homes and Nursing homes (Most care homes offer both residential and nursing care places). Residential homes provide accommodation and personal care, such as help with washing, dressing, taking medicines, going to the toilet etc. Nursing homes, apart from the above tasks, also has one or more qualified nurse to take care of the nursing needs of the residents.

Care at Home (or Homecare) Homecare service providers provide a carer who visit you at your home to help with day-to-day tasks such as washing, dressing, taking medicines, going to the toilet, shopping, getting out for lunch etc. Some specialised providers may also provide nurses for nursing needs at home.

There are 1590 Care Homes and Care at Home in London.


What are GPs? : GP stands for 'General Practitioner' who can deal with all type of medical conditions and mainly treats acute (short duration) and chronic (diseases that lasts for more than three months) illnesses. GPs provide routine health care checkups like physical examinations, vaccinations, simple surgical operations etc. They also provide advice on diet and smoking, preventive care and health education to patients.
GPs are not specialized in any one particular area. So, if they can't deal with any particular medical condition, they refer the patient to the specialized hospital for tests, treatment, or to see a consultant with specialist knowledge.

What is a GP Practice? : GPs usually work in practices (a physical location / clinic) as part of a team that includes nurses, healthcare assistants, practice managers, receptionists and other staff. Practices also work closely with other healthcare professionals, such as health visitors, midwives, mental health services and social care services. GP practices should make information about their services easily available to their patients. Our website also provide detailed information about General Practices which is easy to comprehend and freely accessible.

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