Set in the pretty village of Gullane, East Lothian, Muirfield is a much-loved nursing home at the heart of the community. Opened in 2017, our magnificent specially designed home was recently completed to an exceptional standard.
24 hour professional, person-centred nursing care
Thoughtful care in dementia and palliative nursing
Full and varied schedule of activities and outings
GETTING STARTED GUIDE
The process of considering a care home can be a stressful and emotional journey, both for the person going into care and their family. We’re here to make the journey a little easier for you by sharing everything you need to know when you’re considering a care home for a loved one. From how (and where) to search for a care home, to finding out about fees, we’ve rounded up all the need-to-know information to help you make the best choice for you and your family.
ROOMS AND FACILITIES
Our new building is now open and is situated just around the corner from the old Muirfield home. The new building comes complete with the latest furnishings to enhance our resident’s enjoyment of the home. The new building offers residents a wide choice of fantastic rooms including standard, premium and deluxe options. Each room comes with a variety of ensuite bathrooms and wet rooms. All rooms also come fully equipped with private TV, telephones, internet and a nurse call system.
There are rooms currently available.
FEES & FUNDING GUIDE
Muirfield fees reflect the specialist and tailored 24/7 nursing care along with the highest quality accommodation and facilities.
Fees are payable by the individual but you may be eligible for help depending on your circumstances. We have put together an essential guide to help you with important facts and figures.
Heather Franklin, Manager
Our manager at Muirfield is Heather Franklin. Heather has extensive experience in the provision of care for older people and leads a varied team of registered nurses, support staff and carers. If you have any questions about the facility, from the nursing home costs in Gullane to the latest resident activities on offer, please get in touch with us today.
The quality of the food you eat plays a massive part in your overall quality of life, and here at our Gullane residential care home it’s no different! Our chef and his team work tirelessly to provide our residents with high quality and nutritious balanced meals that we hope everyone enjoys. The menu is changed every 4 weeks and we try our level best to create meals according to residents’ tastes and diets. The chef always endeavours to source fresh food and ingredients from across Scotland, locally whenever possible.
Structured activities are essential in a residential setting in order to keep the mind and body active. The team spend a considerable amount of time devising and facilitating a wide range of activities to keep our residents entertained. If a resident has any ideas about a new activity, we will always listen and implement if possible. When it comes to the scope and type of activities we can do, the sky really is the limit!
For more details about our Gullane care home costs or if you have any questions please call us.
Care homes in Scotland are regulated by the Care Inspectorate, taking into account of the National Care Standards. Randolph Hill Nursing Homes Group meets the requirements set down by the Care Inspectorate, the Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland (SCSWIS), standards.Download
Just a short note to say thank you so much, to all of you, for looking after my father, and making his last months more comfortable.
Joanna, daughter Muirfield
I am so thankful for the wonderful support, particularly during the last couple of days of mum’s life when the staff were so attentive – not only to mum’s needs but ours as a family – always ensuring we were kept informed and included in her care. We were remembered at meal times and had a constant supply of hot drinks, which was so thoughtful.
It was wonderful, that whilst we had been worried mum might suffer, the staff ensured she was kept comfortable through this difficult time. It has certainly made me more aware of the extra effort made to ensure that what could be a harrowing time was easier to cope with.
Thank you for looking after mum. I think she was too unwell to understand much of what was happening, but the family appreciate all that you did for her. Thank you.
Ian, Bill, Alistair and Gibsen, sons
Thank you for the care you gave my brother. Although we were only able to visit a couple of times, we saw the care he was given. My sister-in-law, sent us the newsletter so we were able to keep up with events and pictures.
We would like to thank all the staff for their support during my mother’s stay, particularly near the end of her life when we felt so welcomed and free to spend as much time as we wished with her. The staff showed compassion and patience when mum was restless, and when it was difficult to care for her. We felt so glad that she was well looked after and loved by the staff.