Risby Hall Nursing Home
Risby Hall offers nursing support to 34 residents. We also offer specialist dementia support if needed.
We practice person centred care enabling all of our residents the opportunity to thrive in long term support. We recommend that you visit us to see for yourselves the home we have created.
We are situated in the attractive village of Risby, three miles from the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds, offering a coffee shop and two public houses. Our home is warm and welcoming, retaining the features of the farmhouse from which it was converted.
All the accommodation is on the ground floor with level access throughout. We have qualified nurses 24 hours per day. and designated engagement, catering and housekeeping staff who support the caring friendly environment for residents.
Testimonials from our residents and their relatives…
“You all do an amazing job and are clearly dedicated to your residents, thank you for helping make uncle’s time a happy and safe place. You made us all feel welcome.”
“We will always remember how mum’s final days you treated us and mum with such kindness and respect. We know it is your job but you all are a truly remarkable team.”
“Wife praised engagement for more interaction with residents.” – JT
“Husband still talking about seaside trip and about another residents like of coffee prompting him to want to help organise a coffee morning.” – MJ
“Sister from Newcastle visited for the first time and said it was absolutely brilliant compared to previous home.” – DL
“Friendly staff and feel relaxed.”
“It’s more like a home than residential place.”
“My wife’s needs are well cared for.”
Risby Hall Residential Home
Hello I am Lucy, Interim Manager for Risby Hall Nursing Home.
I have worked at TPIC for over 10 years starting my career as a carer in one of our nursing homes and working my way up to Quality Assurance Co-ordinator.
I feel incredibly lucky to be able to support this wonderful and unique home, filled with our diverse community. It really is a family of residents, relatives, and staff.
Home Manager: Interim Lucy Harding
Deputy Manger: Jacqui Trencka