Great Care Delivered As Standard
Peacock Medicare Nursing Homes
Professional Nursing Care in Edinburgh & Livingston
About Peacock Medicare
Peacock Medicare was established in 1988 with the simple objective of providing high quality person-centred nursing care within a comfortable and welcoming environment. We believe everyone deserves great care!
The Peacock Medicare Nursing Home Group has been delivering high quality care for over 30 years within West Lothian providing care and support, primarily to those over the age of 60 years old.
We have three nursing homes in our group: Peacock Nursing Home and Woodlands Nursing Home are both situated in Livingston, West Lothian and we are proud to announce we have recently opened our newly refurbished home, Elsie Inglis Nursing Home, which is located in the heart of Edinburgh, next to Holyrood Park and Arthur’s Seat.
Our Residents Don’t Live
In Our Workplace
We Work In Their Home
You Can Trust
Peacock Medicare Ltd is known for providing high quality nursing care, delivered by dedicated and experienced staff with the support of a proactive management team who are very accessible to residents, visitors and staff. Our Nursing homes all meet the Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland (SCSWIS) standards and each one is subject to rigorous quality auditing.
We are a care service you can trust because with a Peacock Medicare home you can be confident there is a strong, sound business behind the quality care we strive to deliver.
Each home provides a high standard of dementia care for its residents, by staff trained to support them through the challenges of their diagnosis. We understand the emotional stress of moving loved ones into a nursing home and our trained staff are on hand to support you through the full transition.
Palliative & End of Life Care
Our homes are where residents choose to remain until their end of life. Our team of dedicated staff with the support of GPs and local palliative care teams provide the very best care for you and your loved ones, offering support, guidance and comfort at this very difficult time.
Life Limiting Care
Our homes support residents to remain as independent as possible whatever their needs. Our person centred care lies at the core of everything we do, which is why each of our resident’s care is reassessed regularly with care plans being updated to incorporate changes in their needs ensuring our staff can deliver the care they require.
Choosing a Care Home
Where To Start In Arranging Care?
Thinking about choosing to move to a care home is a big and often difficult decision, but may be the best option if you or your loved one is struggling to live alone, or has a complex medical condition that requires specialist attention throughout the day and night.
We believe that, once we have met you, if we feel that we are able to deliver the care that is right for you, we will be happy to look after you regardless of your financial status.
Peacock Medicare Activities
Activities Created for Each Care Home
We offer a wide range of activities to help support residents’ wellbeing and independence to make life as fun and fulfilling as possible. Our activity coordinators are passionate about finding out what our residents’ interests and hobbies are, this enables them to develop activities to suit them.
We create a fantastic variety of daily activities for our residents, along with regular, more special, events for birthdays and annual celebrations.
What People Say About Us
Hear From Our Residents Families
“Mere words are inadequate to express our gratitude and thanks for the care you have given to mum over the last few days, weeks, months.
Knowing you were caring for her so beautifully – I honestly cannot put it into words how this makes me feel. Thanks so much”
“Hi, can you please pass on our best regards to all your wonderful staff who cared for my mum with such kindness and respect since mum became a resident 3 years ago.
We were always greeted with a pleasant smile and professionalism from your team whenever we visited”
“To all of you who loved and cared for our mum, we’d like to thank you, from the ladies in the office, to the ladies and gents who cleaned her room, washed her clothes, cooked her meals, fed her, washed and dressed her and loved and cared for her.
There are too many names to remember you all contributed to making mum’s last year and a half a very loving and peaceful one”