An Aberdeen nursing home has received a glowing report for the care of its residents.
Inspectors from the Care Inspectorate visited the Hawkhill House Nursing Home in Milltimber, and have now issued their report.
Inspectors assessed two of the five categories, quality of care and support, plus quality of supporting people’s wellbeing, with both gaining very good ratings.
Four categories, including quality of care and support, environment, staffing and management and leadership were assessed during a previous inspection and were rated as good to very good.
The Inspectorate also sent out questionnaires before their visit to the home.
Twelve were returned from residents, families and colleagues, saying that overall they are happy with the quality of care.
The report praised the home saying: “There were very few areas for improvement.”