Our Purpose


Our Aims

We aim to protect the rights and promote the interests of Residents by treating each person as an individual through rigorous assessment, care planning and continual review of our residents' needs.

By respecting and promoting the individual views, diversity and wishes of our residents.


We will deliver professional multi-disciplined, competent, evidence-based nursing care that meets the needs of our residents and the standards as defined by the Care Quality Commission.


We believe that wherever possible, our residents should have the right to control their lives and make informed choices about the services they receive. To be treated with dignity and have their privacy protected.



Our Objectives


Our residents, their relatives and visitors will be comfortable and safe in a homely atmosphere where they feel able to express themselves and be respected for the individuals they are.


Our staffing team will endevour to act in a professional manner at all times and in all situations, whilst respecting the confidentiality of our residents, we will always try to answer questions openly and honestly.


Our ultimate objective is to encourage each Resident to achieve as much activity as they are able to complete with individual attention.

Our History

Rottingdean Nursing Home was established almost thirty years ago by Jon and Carol Breeds, Carol trained as an RGN in London and brought with her an extensive portfolio or experience from General and Psychiatric Nursing.

Carol's interest has always been in elderly care and she spent many years as a district nurse in the community of Sussex.

Jon Breeds has an extensive knowledge in property management and design and with the two skills combined, the nursing home was born.

Rottingdean Nursing Home was previously the convent of St Mary's before undergoing extensive refurbishment when its use changed into a Nursing and Care Home.

Resident with Carol Breeds (RGN)

Carol Breeds is the homes Matron and Managing Director.