QAHH

“QAHH stands out in our experience for its comprehensive and consistently high quality of care and rehabilitation.  We will continue to hold QAHH in the highest regard. Please, be proud that you stand out from the crowd, and that you provide such an excellent service and facility to those in need of care” Resident’s Family

QAHH is currently the only Hospital Home south of London which provides specialist nursing care for ex-Servicemen and women.  QAHH provides residential and respite care for ex-Servicemen and Women who require nursing care and rehabilitation. We enable residents to live as independently and actively as possible in an environment that they can think of as their home.

We adopt a multi-disciplinary approach towards the care and rehabilitation of our residents including provision of Nursing Care, Speech Therapy, End of Life Care, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy.

We are also dedicated to caring for residents’ emotional wellbeing through an extensive programme of internal and external social and recreational activities, cognitive and behavioural therapy and counselling.

At QAHH we have a proud history and extensive experience in high dependency nursing. This includes providing specialised rehabilitation of those with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).

We accept residents from age 18 upwards and have 60 beds for both permanent and short term respite care for two to four weeks at a time.

Anyone who has served in HM Forces at any time or in any capacity and also immediate family members of someone who has served in HM Forces is eligible for admission at QAHH.

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Resident Comments
  • They have made my life amazing again
  • The facilities are incredible and they keep investing
  • The standard of care at QAHH really is excellent
  • Thank you all for making my respite stays such a pleasure to look forward to
  • This was the only place that provided the therapies I needed
  • Social and recreation helps to develop friendships, my confidence and I get to learn new skill
  • I am able to walk with a frame which I couldn’t do when I first arrived
  • I was determined to learn to walk again, and I have
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