Nursing Home in Croydon

Haling Park Care Home is an award-winning, purpose-built care facility located in a quiet residential area within South Croydon, Greater London. Our home features 62 en suite bedrooms which are modern and spacious and provide residents with everything they need. Haling Park Care Home provides a high standard of Residential, Nursing, Dementia and Respite care for older people on a 24-hour basis.

Experience a Vibrant Life at Haling Park

Our care home offers a better way of life thanks to the on-site amenities and first-class facilities available to residents. Whether residents wish to be pampered in the Hair & Beauty Salon, relax in front of the big screen watching their favourite movie, wind down in their en suite bedroom, or want to explore the area surrounding Haling Park Care Home, there is an abundance of ways in which our residents can spend their days. Our care home offers a range of different care methods for both long-term and short-term care solutions.

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What is Nursing Care?

Nursing care is a type of care that is given to individuals who need advanced personal care and medical care. Nursing care is provided for a range of care needs, including those with a long-term health condition or critical illness, those living with physical disabilities as well as those in need of palliative care.  

Our nursing home in South Croydon has a dedicated team of nurses and the best nursing equipment in order to provide effective nursing care, and ensure residents live comfortably and happily. Each resident will have their own nurse who will act as their main source of support by developing a strong bond.

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Nursing Care at Haling Park

As one of our fantastic care services at Haling Park, we offer 24-hour nursing care from a qualified nurse at all times of the day or night. Our dedicated staff is knowledgeable and educated to deliver the finest level of care to older people with medical care needs. Regardless of how much, or how little, assistance residents require in their daily life, our staff is here to provide the exact amount of aid required for a better quality of life.

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Staff and Resident

Residential Care

Our residential care home in South London provides an enriching lifestyle for those living at Haling Park. Residential care is most suited for those who are struggling to maintain a household and who need support with everyday tasks. Residents can enjoy the perks of communal living within a secure environment, surrounded by those who share similar interests, all while enjoying home-cooked meals and a variety of daily activities.

Every resident receiving residential care has a customised care plan developed that caters to their individual needs in order for our staff to provide person-centred care and ensure everyone is satisfied within our residential care unit. If care needs change over time, a care needs assessment will be made and loved ones will be involved with the residential care plan amendments.

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Dementia Care

At Haling Park, we recognise the importance of providing a welcoming and calming atmosphere for our residents with dementia. Our team is highly trained and experienced to provide specialist care. Dementia can affect a person’s ability to communicate with others, think rationally and remember recent events like they once used to. The condition progresses differently from person to person that’s why everyone receives a personalised care plan for their dementia care needs.

Our friendly staff gets to know residents living with dementia to understand about the lives they have lived, as well as their likes and dislikes, strengths and weaknesses to ensure their safety and happiness. In our weekly activities programme we provide activities inclusive for everyone, no matter their ability and our team are always available for support.

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Respite Care

Respite Care is a type of care offered on a short-term basis, provided to those who are in need of care and support following an operation, illness or injury. it could be that someone has been recently discharged from hospital, and they need to take it easy before they resume their usual daily routine.

People who are caring full-time for a loved one are encouraged to use respite care as a way of having a well-deserved break from their duties. Their loved ones will receive high-quality care from a compassionate team for as long as they need. It can also be used to trial a care home for a few weeks, which allows prospective residents to get first-hand experience on whether it’s the right fit.

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Things to do near Haling Park Care Home

Here at Haling Park Care Home, we dedicate ourselves to making sure that all of our residents have access to a variety of activities and excursions. We take great pride in creating diverse, inclusive and interesting activity and excursion programmes so that our residents feel like they are getting the most out of life. We want nothing more than to make every day interesting and exciting for our residents. Whether residents prefer to focus on exploring the local area of Croydon or wish to enjoy a family day trip in London, we believe that no two days should be the same, and when living at Haling Park they never have to be.


Surrey Street Market, one of Britain’s oldest known street markets, has been operating for years in Croydon Town Centre. Surrey Street’s famed Sunday market is back and holding a new schedule of weekly events alongside its usual market fare, thanks to popular demand and the completion of a complete makeover from top to bottom. Interactive street theatre, an entrepreneur market, outdoor musical entertainment, and Christmas-themed events are all on the schedule. Croydon is also home to one of Greater London’s only four huge windmills that are entirely available to the public. Shirley Windmill, which was built in 1854, is open to the public during the summer months. Enjoy a 60-minute guided tour of the mill, where you can learn about how flour was milled in Victorian times. For those looking for brand new places to tickle their tastebuds, we recommend Boxpark Croydon. From quaint bistro-style cafés to the ‘foodie paradise’ you’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice. When looking for a relaxed atmosphere, visit Matthews Yard, which houses an art gallery, a live music venue, and a crowdfunded theatre. With all of these wonderful Croydon-based activities accessible via car in less than ten minutes, residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring their local community.


Reachable in under one hour by car, London is the perfect destination for residents and guests who enjoy fast-paced life and soaking up the cultural adventures it has to offer. London Bus Tours provides the perfect introduction to the city. Travelling on an open bus can be nostalgic as well as being an excellent way to see many of the city’s most popular attractions. Using a bus tour, you’re able to see London your way. From enjoying a beautiful birds-eye view of London from The London Eye, to visiting St Paul’s Cathedral, with its world-famous dome, guests can lose themselves when listening to the inspiring voices of our Cathedral choir and our other talented musicians, during their free daily services. We also recommend a trip to The Churchill War Rooms where Churchill’s secret underground war rooms, where he planned his war strategy during WWII can be seen explored. Stopping off at Regents Park and visiting ZSL London Zoo is also a must when in England’s capital. From animal adventures to tropical havens, there’s something for everyone to enjoy, and with ZSL London Zoo seeking to provide equal opportunity for all to enjoy the animal exhibits and visitor facilities, this tourist spot is accessible to all. London has a lot to offer for people of all ages – and part of good elderly care is helping to keep the mind active and engaged.


Nestled in the southeast of England, less than half an hour from central London, Surrey is an exciting and diverse place to visit that’s full of surprises. As a royal residence and home to some of the most significant figures in British history, Hampton Court Palace is a must. The Great Hall, the Tudor kitchens and the Chapel Royal are magnificent and if the weather allows you can explore the beautiful gardens and maze. For those who love all things motorsport and aviation, then Brooklands Museum has it all; explore the historic site which is brought to life through collections of motor vehicles, aircraft, landmarks and exhibition spaces that explore Brooklands’ unique past. Those seeking quieter days can do so at The Sculpture Park, with 800 sculptures on display and lovely water gardens to take in, this is a truly unique attraction. Ripley Farmers’ Market is an ideal way to spend a peaceful afternoon sampling local food, produce and crafts. The Surrey Hills are a nationally treasured landscape that stretches across a quarter of the county of Surrey. This exquisite part of England is not only rich in wildlife, woodland, attractive market towns and villages but also provides some of the best walks in southern England. There are so many things to do in Surrey, residents will never be short of an opportunity to explore and spend quality time with loved ones.

Supporting You & Your Loved Ones

When searching for a care home on a behalf of a loved one, it’s important to do your research in order to find a care home that ticks all of the boxes. It may not be clear which of the types of care offered would be most appropriate for a person’s care needs, so we welcome you to talk with our management team about the options available. The welcoming Home Manager at Haling Park is here to support you through this period of angst and guide you through the next steps. We understand that the level of care required for each resident will differ, therefore we create personalised care plans for each resident following a care needs assessment.

Haling Park Care Home is proud to be regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The Care Quality Commission is an official public body that assesses the quality of care in residential care homes and nursing homes in England. We are delighted to have been provided with a good overall rating by CQC, and relatives of residents can feel at ease knowing their loved ones are getting quality care and support at our care home.

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Get in Contact Today

If you have any questions regarding our residential care home, please do not hesitate to contact our team. You can reach us via telephone on 020 8181 8898 or email at Our online Enquiry Form is also available for you to complete and a member of our team will respond as soon as they can. We look forward to speaking with you.