Broadgate House Care Home

108-114 Broadgate , Beeston, Nottinghamshire NG9 2GG
Telephone: 0115 9250022

Type of care: Nursing (Dementia)
Beds: 40
Specialist care categories: Alzheimer's


Broadgate House Care Home
Broadgate House Care Home

Welcome to Broadgate House Care Home

Broadgate nursing home has been delivering nursing care to our local community for more than 20 years. Over that time we have seen many changes; we provide care for 40 elderly people with nursing care needs, and especially those with a diagnosis of dementia. Our care will be delivered in a unit that has been designed with excellence in mind so that colours, textures, sights, smells and sounds are utilised in the best way.

Our home is situated on the outskirts of Beeston town centre, and next to the West Gate of Nottingham University. This lovely location means that we are well served by local buses, and also have good access to local amenities such as shops, churches and the train station a mile away. When you look out of our windows you can see regular day to day life, either traffic and people passing by, or green gardens and parks. 

Our homes purpose is to be a centre of excellence for skilled dementia care within our local community and to enable each resident to retain their unique identity, to reach their full potential and retain a sense of purpose. We reach out into the local community who engage with our knowledgeable, skilled, and diverse staff team to meet the real physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual, needs of the residents of the home. We are known for the love we show to every individual who enters the door of our home, and for the respect and dignity we promote.

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To all the staff at Broadgate. We know B wasn’t with you long but we would like to thank you for you fantastic care. Her last few weeks, days were treated with the upmost dignity and respect and on behalf of B and her family we thank you all.


I would like to thank all the staff for the wonderful care they gave my mum. They treated her with infinite patience and understanding. The last time I saw mum she looked more peaceful than I had seen her in months. Thank you for that memory. Keep up the good work. I have enclosed a small donation for the new tuck shop. A wonderful idea. PS The shepherd’s pie was lovely and much appreciated. Ta. Yours SN


To All Staff, Thank you for the excellent care you all gave to B I know he wasn’t an easy person to look after but you did a wonderful job in looking after him! Many thanks B & J xx


To the manager of the Broadgate nursing home, I now feel it’s time to put pen to paper. So much happened in the ten weeks since my mum was in the Broadgate Care Home. I can remember coming to visit for the first time with my daughter and brother, and I within a matter of minutes I felt this was the right place for my Mum. The rooms were all lovely, clean and welcoming. We chose a room that looked out into the garden. We were shown around by Rachel who explained everything and to be honest her conviction and feeling for the place just rubber stamped our decision. What a wonderful, understanding lady. We told Rachel about mums problems and her many numerous operations she had under gone. Rachel listened to everything and she wasn’t the slightest bit fazed and said “That’s no problem, we can cope with that”. When we left, we felt a whole lot better. The staff at Broadgate were quite simply amazing, all throughout the weeks mum was there they looked after her day and night, seeing to every need nothing was too much trouble. This was not an easy task as mum was in a considerable amount of pain, I myself found it hard to sit by my mum and hear her screaming, doctors were at a loss as to know what to do with her as it was nerve pain. During the last week of mum’s life she was put on a syringe driver and that lasted nearly a week, during this time I didn’t want to leave her. The staff at Broadgate looked after me so well, I felt like royalty. They helped me cope with a situation that was no less than a nightmare, offering support, tea and biscuits, they kept me going. I stayed until my mum passed away peacefully on the 25 June. The love and care at Broadgate will be something that will stay with me for a very long time.


I just wanted to let you know that my mother who passed away last Friday at Broadgate, was a resident at the care home for 10 months and in that time she received excellent care and attention from all the staff at the home. They were particular attentive and kind to me and my immediate family in the last days of her life, for which we are very grateful. It would to single out any particular member of staff as they were excellent, including ancillary staff, but I must mention M in particular who really goes the extra mile for the residents. Yours sincerely MG

Services and Facilities

  • Own GP if required
  • Own Furniture if required
  • Close to Local shops
  • Near Public Transport
  • Lift access
  • Wheelchair access
  • Gardens for residents
  • Phone Point in own room/Mobile
  • Television point in own room
  • Smoking not permitted

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For more information on any current vacancies or to contact us about working at our home please email us direct and register your interest and you will be notified of future vacancies.

Current Vacancies

4x Care Assistants 

1x Registered Nurse 

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