Cambridge Park provides both short term rehabilitation and reablement services to those patients who need additional support after leaving hospital and before being discharged home and also provides care for those needing it to prevent them being admitted to hospital.
Care Plus Group purchased Cambridge Park Care Home in January 2020. At the time the plan was to refurbish the home over an extended timescale and relocate and double in capacity the current rehabilitation and re-ablement services provided at The Beacon in Cleethorpes.
However, due to the expected unprecedented demands on health and care services and to support local efforts in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, the local health and care system agreed that the home be rapidly refurbished so that it could be made available to support health and care services locally.
Cambridge Park opened for admissions on Monday 4th May 2020. It is currently being used to help alleviate pressure on beds at Grimsby’s Diana Princess of Wales Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The intention is still to continue with the original plan to relocate The Beacon once the COVID-19 situation is resolved.
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