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Cardinal Healthcare operate residential care homes in Suffolk with two care homes near Bury and Ipswich. Our residential care homes,
Baylham Care Centre and Barham Care Centre, are both located between Ipswich and Bury and offer the best personailsed
residential care home and nursing home care in Suffolk.
Homely atmosphere and friendly staff
Barham Care Home, formerly known as the Old Rectory Nursing Home, has an unsurpassed reputation for its homely atmosphere and friendly staff.
The care home is situated on the edge of Barham Village, with shops and local amenities just a short distance away. Its rural location also allows residents the opportunity to enjoy outings around the village using a network of smooth footpaths, or to simply sit and enjoy the sunshine in one of the secluded gardens. As variety is the spice of life, excursions are regularly organised to special events and places of interest.
Major expansion to
meet demand and
The expansion of Barham Care Home is nearing completion and will provide more rooms and improved facilities
Although slightly smaller than the Baylham Care Home, with a capacity for 34 residents, Barham Care Home offers the same levels of care and the same services.
These include visits by: chiropodists, dentists, opticians, religious ministers, hairdressers and many more. If needed, residents will be transported by an adapted minibuses to the Baylham Care Home for specialist treatments or therapies.
One of the new rooms at Barham Care Centre
Staff serving tea at Barham
A game of cards in the lounge
Always lots of people to talk to
Lots of outside spaces to enjoy
New living room at Barham Care Centre
So please do contact us today to ask any questions or discuss your specific needs. We’ll try our best to accommodate your requests and make sure that we offer you the best care possible, be it moving into a residential care home, providing nursing home care or offering day care in their own home.
Enquiry or Feedback?
We welcome your enquiry or feedback, whether to ask a question or help us to improve our services, or to pass on thanks to our staff, or indeed to pass on any general comments that you have. Please click on one of the links below to go to the relevant form.