Cardinal Healthcare operate residential care homes in Suffolk with two care homes near Bury and Ipswich. Our residential care homes, Baylham Care Home and Barham Care Home, are both located between Ipswich and Bury and offer the best personailsed residential care home and nursing home care in Suffolk.
Baylham Residential Care Home is surrounded by beautiful Suffolk countryside
An Award Winning Home from Home
At Cardinal Healthcare Group we deliver a highly-personalised range of services at our residential care homes in Suffolk. The Group comprises two care homes located at Baylham and Barham, and also offers care in the home through Primary Homecare. All are located in the beautiful Suffolk countryside between Ipswich and Bury, close to Stowmarket.
Baylham and Barham care homes offer the very best residential and nursing home care in Suffolk, as well as specialising in day care, short-term rehabilitation, convalescence, respite and dementia care.
When a loved one needs caring for, we understand how difficult it is to decide what will suit them best. There are so many questions to be answered and it can become a very stressful, emotional and difficult time for those involved.
From our first meeting with you, our aim is to relieve your anxieties by working with you in a supportive and friendly manner.
We can help by firstly assessing your individual situation and recommending the best solutions, be it moving into a residential care home, providing nursing home care or offering day care in their own home, etc. Our wealth of experience and information will enable you to make informed decisions.
For over twenty-five years Cardinal Healthcare has provided unrivalled residential care homes and nursing homes near Stowmarket, in between Ipswich and Bury in Suffolk. We have remained a truly family-run care provider headed by Mrs Prema Fairburn-Dorai and her son Adrian.
Working with them is a loyal team of qualified staff who between them have built a well proven, enviable reputation, for quality and service, which goes far beyond standard expectations.
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