Durban House is a nursing home in Romsey caring for people over the age of fifty-five. Overlooking the town and the Abbey, Durban House is located at 33 Woodley Lane, set within its own well-sized landscaped grounds.
Durban House has established a reputation of providing care to local Residents with a more specialised focus on dementia and end of life care.
Our aim at Durban House is to make everyone feel at home and part of our caring community. The small things really matter to us, and we are absolutely committed to helping people live well in a lively and homely, but most importantly, caring home.
Durban House sits in the heart of the local community. We want our Residents to be able to maintain their connection with the local community and get the most out of life at Durban House.
We appreciate that many of our Residents cannot ‘do what they used to do’ and that sometimes mobility and confidence are not always what they once were. The team at Durban House has a good understanding of these issues and works with Residents and their families to find ways of helping Resident’s regain confidence and stay active and as independent as possible.
We want Durban House to be a home for life and our nursing team are able to provide more complex care and support Residents as their needs change. We work closely with GPs and the primary care network to ensure that we can meet changing health needs and provide caring and knowledgeable support as people move towards the end of their life.