PCH, as this Care Home is widely known, is a small, warm and welcoming place. It is supported by the Jewish Community in Newcastle and welcomes and respects residents of all faiths or no faith.
It's staff under it's manager Margaret Lemon, is second to none in giving residents loving care and attention and, whether you are in your 70's, 80's, 90's or over, dedicated to make life worth living. PCH also helps you to renew old friendships and make new ones without the loneliness and shortcomings that can sometimes be associated with Home Care.
It well deserves the very good name it has in the City.
PCH was totally refurbished when it opened in 1996, and nearly all 22 bedrooms have ensuite facilities. Each room has its own distinctive character and can accommodate small personal possessions as well as decorative paintings and plants.
The building is on three floors with a lift to all floors. There are lounges, sun room, a dining room, a multi-purpose room, and quiet corners too, with furnishings and decoration that are warm and delightful.