Yardley Grange Nursing Home

Yardley Grange Nursing Home is a purpose built home carefully designed to meet the needs of our clients. The home is within the attractive and peaceful conservation area of Old Yardley, near to the 12th century parish church of St Edburgha’s, and offers comfortable and spacious accommodation with personalised care to the highest standards.

The home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), which regulates health and adult social care services in England, whether they’re provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies or voluntary organisations.

We were last inspected by the CQC In April 2019 and were judged to be “good” all round.

We are also monitored for quality by Birmingham Council, and by Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group.

For more information or to book an appointment to view the home, please call the Care Manager Maxine McMullan on 0121 789 7188 or 0121 789 5811 or send an email to


Building Features

  • Attractive mature grounds
  • Secure “sun trap” garden to the rear
  • Hospitality suite for residents to receive visitors or for relatives to stay over by prior arrangement
  • 5 comfortable lounges, including an activity lounge, a sensory room and a spiritual room
  • Hair salon
  • Specialist bathing facilities
  • 45 spacious bedrooms, all single en suite
  • free wifi for residents and visitors

Each tastefully decorated bedroom has homely pine furniture including a comfy armchair, a nurse call point, TV socket, telephone point (subject to connection by BT) and height adjustable bed.There are weekly GP surgeries and physiotherapy sessions, while chiropody is by arrangement.

Therapeutic activities are provided daily by our dedicated Activities Officer.

Our staff, led by the Care Manager, Maxine McMullan RGN, aim to ensure that we provide the highest standards of care personalised to the individual. We give high priority to staff training: all care staff are trained to Skills for Care Care Certificate Standards and the vast majority have level 2 or 3 Diplomas in Health and Social Care, or the NVQ equivalent.

Our chef is also committed to maintaining high standards and ensures that the catering team produce good, tasty food, taking into account individual needs and preferences.
We are proud of the home and are usually happy to show people around, preferably by appointment with the Manager or Deputy Manager, but local restrictions may apply due to the pandemic.

We do satisfaction surveys regularly to help us ensure that we maintain the highest standards.

Paying for Care

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