About Life At Greengates
We have been operating independently in Westbury since 1989 and throughout that time we have maintained an excellent relationship with local GP's, nurses, health organisations and the local population, from which we source the majority of our committed and compassionate staff.
Meals & Activities
No matter what length of stay, we strive to ensure that day-to-day life at Greengates is of the highest quality. Residents may expect a wonderful and varied selection of home-cooked meals, regular co-ordinated activities and a good contacts with the local community. Read about our recently added Sensory Room opened by the Lord Mayor!
With our specialist registrations and highly capable staff & management, our home is able to accept guests registered as EMI, those with dementia and other complex needs.
Quality of Care
We are incredibly proud of our record of care. For full details of our CQC reports, please click the link in the sidebar.
The home is nestled on the border of two counties, Wilshire and Somerset, in the small, historical town of Westbury, famous for its hilltop White Horse (supposedly carved into the hillside by King Alfred after his victory in AD 878!).
Of course the best way to really understand the home is to see it for yourself! Please click the link below to find out more.