Country Court Care
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About the company

  • CEO
    Abdul Kachra
    60%
    approve of Abdul Kachra's performance
  • Founded
    1983
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    Millennium House, Dukesme...
  • Link
    Country Court Care website

Country Court was founded in 1983 by Roshan Bogha and current Chairman, Abdul Kachra with the opening of their first care home, Beech Lodge in Holbeach, Lincolnshire. The care home’s reputation soon grew, led by kindness, compassion and dignity. A further seven homes were opened by 1990 establishing Country Court as one of the regions most trusted group of care homes. A combination of nursing skills and a professional, yet homely environment, the model for care continued to expand and today Country Court is both caring for and employing thousands of people across the UK. Through the standard of care and the modern, comfortable homes created for residents, Country Court aspires to provide the kind of care every one of us would wish our loved ones to receive. The group operates 31 nursing and care homes and plans to open a further four homes in 2020. It remains a Family-run business to this day, with the company philosophy “Our family caring for yours” at the heart of every home.

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Carer in Lostock Gralam, Cheshire
on 17 October 2022
Poor Management.

I love the residents but management do not care about their staff, I don't ever feel appreciated. Management expect us to do tasks which are impossible in the time frame given & Poor staffing levels make the job even harder. I am currently looking for another job.

Area Housekeeping Supervisor in York, North Yorkshire
on 3 October 2022
lovely environment

really loved the job didn’t enjoy the commute. the working environment were lovely where you would have a great sense of purpose and would feel a great amount of achievement every day. really amazing staff and residents more like a family rather than a work environment.

Health Care Assistant in Lincoln
on 7 September 2022
Very busy place.

Very busy place. Always on your feet. Always short of staff. The pay is very poor considering the amount of work you do The management is not very supportive and some of the staff are not nice.

Care assistant in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
on 18 August 2022
Productive, and lovely work place

Abbey grange nursing home is the best job I've had , I love all residents, and staff . It does have hard days ! But so rewarding , management is lovely, and always there if needed , all our residents are amazing ,

Activity Coordinator in Burnham-on-Sea
on 2 August 2022
Bad management but wonderful staff

Felt welcomed here apart from management. Expected loads but didn’t help. When various issues was brought up they was never dealt with and got made to work in uncomfortable situations. But the staff are brill

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Was originally taken on as a temp, was asked to go permanent after 6 weeks. Got this job through an agency You do need to be CRB checked

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