Specialists in short and long term residential and nursing care for older people
- A Victorian mansion with modern extensions, in secure gardens, on the outskirts of Hereford.
- Good access to local amenities
- 49 places registered with the CSCI as a care home with nursing for people with a mental disorder or dementia over the age of 65
- 33 single and 8 companion rooms. 26 with en-suite facilities
- Two storey houses fitted with shaft lift
- Spacious living areas including two day rooms, a quiet room and a dining room
- 24 hour long and short term nursing care
- Specialist trained staff to care for those with functional disorders (e.g depression, anxieties, phobias) or an organic disorder (e.g dementia)
- Full time activities co-ordinaor
- Relatives support group
- Snoezelen creating a relaxing and calming environment
Hereford was one of the first towns founded in England after the end of Roman Rule. Early Hereford was a frontier town on the border between kingdoms inhabited by the ancestors of the Welsh and of the English before there were such countries as ‘Wales’ and ‘England’. The English never totally conquered what is now modern Herefordshire as the many Welsh place-names in the county attest – parts of Herefordshire were never in ‘Anglo-Saxon’ England.
The city’s isolation contributed largely to its economic stagnation in the post-medieval period and many attempts were made to improve Hereford’s communications with the outside world. A horse towing path on the banks of the navigable River Wye was opened in 1810 and a horse-drawn railway opened to the canal wharf at Abergavenny in 1829. One of the last canals to be built in Britain reached Hereford in 1845.
In December 1853 the City of Hereford celebrated the opening of its first railway connection. Regular railway services to South Wales began in January 1854 and lines to Gloucester, Worcester and Brecon were opened in the following ten years.
Holmer Nursing Home is conveniently situated a short drive from the city centre on the northern outskirts of Hereford. Access to the home, between Holmer Church and the Parish Community Centre is via a slip road off the A49 to Leominster.
Holmer, Leominster Road, Holmer, Hereford HR4 9RG
T: 08453 455745
F: 01432 342390
Freephone: 0800 731 9433
Current Job Vacancies
Nurse RMN or RGN Level 1
Job Ref: RN/HM
Shifts are day shifts or night shifts, part-time or full time, and will include working alternate weekends. Permanent contract.
Senior Care Worker
HOURS OF WORK: Shift Work, Day shifts or Night shifts, Full Time
JOB REFERENCE: HM
Please see the 'Job Vacancies' section on our website for further details.