An Aberdeen care home has been praised by inspectors.
Hamewith Lodge, located in Northfield, was given two “good” ratings by the Care Inspectorate in a recent report.
The watchdog carried out an unannounced visit to the home in November, where residents reported a general happiness at their experience.
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Inspectors evaluated how well the centre supports the wellbeing of residents, as well as the level of planning that goes into patient care.
Both criteria were given a rating of four out of six.
The Care Inspectorate did however identify two areas for improvement, including the monitoring of the effect of short-term medication, and stressing the importance of choice within the care of each individual.
Hamewith Lodge had also satisfied a requirement of a previous inspection, by adequately undertaking assessments of need, care plan and risk assessments.