Welcome to Parkside
Parkside is highly respected by local professionals and enjoys an excellent reputation. Working alongside leading experts we have developed to achieve accreditation in specialist areas, including end of life care.
Parkside provides a light and spacious environment, which has been professionally designed to facilitate a high level of care and treatment, within a homely setting. We focus on providing a holistic and non-discriminatory service, to accommodate each person’s needs and wishes.
Our aim is to encourage a relaxed and welcoming environment that residents regard as their home. People are actively assisted to maintain their independence and we believe everyone has the right to choice, whether this is in the clothes they wear, the food they eat, or the risks they wish to take in managing their own life. We look beyond any disability to find the person you have always been.
We foster an ‘open door’ approach for residents and their families at all times; ensuring any requests can be met promptly and minimizing anxiety for all concerned. This helps to make the transition to the care home less traumatic for the individual and their loved ones.
Parkside is well placed in the local community and enjoys active contacts with people coming into the home, as well as the opportunity for residents to maintain their links outside, attending clubs, social events and places of interest.
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PARKSIDE is a purpose built care home, located on the outskirts of Mansfield in a residential area. The home offers accommodation and nursing for 50 residents, who require a high level of specialist nursing and treatments.
We welcome you to visit and kindly request you telephone for an appointment, so we can ensure you are given sufficient time and attention on the day.
Nottinghamshire NG19 OAR
Tel: 01623 655333
Fax: 01623 633509
Staff at Parkside
Our specialist teams of qualified nurses and carers offer expertise in a range of clinical disciplines. We specialise in supporting people with dementias and related health conditions and in particular people nearing end of life. All our staff have received extensive training to maximise the well being of individuals and their families at these difficult times.
To support our clinical services we employ Activities Co-ordinators to run a social and therapeutic activities programme that is aimed at stimulating physical and mental functions, to prevent further deterioration – and to have fun.
The upkeep of the home is the responsibility of our hotel services team, consisting of Cooks, kitchen assistants, housekeeping, domestic and laundry staff, as well as general maintenance personnel.
Our administrative team do an excellent job in supporting the home manager and providing an initial contact for residents and visitors to the home.
Home Manager : Debbie Metcalfe
Meet the team
Introducing the new Butterfly Wing at Parkside Care Home
Our vision for Monarch Healthcare’s Butterfly care is to be recognised as a centre for excellence; enabling people and providing dignified and compassionate palliative care. The Butterfly Wing offers excellent round the clock nursing and personal care, from our dedicated, highly skilled clinicians, in a calm, tranquil and homely environment.
The Butterfly Wing offers services for up to 6 people, with individually decorated rooms, providing a peaceful environment for the individual and their families. The Butterfly Wing has a family room fully equipped with kitchenette, washing and changing facilities and a sitting/sleeping area The aim is to facilitate a home from home sanctuary where people can come and go as they wish and do not have to concern themselves with the stresses of everyday life.
The Butterfly Wing’s vision of care is to work in partnership with individuals and their families; working together to improve quality of life with the emphasis on ‘living’ not dying; freeing up some of the everyday worries from the person and their loved ones.
Access to all health professionals and local liaison services with their expert knowledge and experience in palliative care will enhance our provision and ensure dedicated professionals are available with the right support and advice at all times.
Providing palliative care requires a compassionate approach that treats, comforts and supports individuals and their families who have life limiting conditions. Providing palliative care involves support for peoples physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs, as well as ensuring families are looked after throughout the grieving process; during and after the individual’s palliative care journey.