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Why choose Everycare Eastbourne?
Everycare’s Eastbourne office opened in September 1997. We supply both home care and nursing services to Eastbourne and the surrounding areas including Brighton, Hailsham, Seaford, Uckfield and East Sussex .
Covid – 19 Information
We are pleased to advise you that the Everycare offices are designated as Covid secure.
If you need to visit our offices we would appreciate it if you could make an appointment so we can prepare and deep clean an area in which to meet with you and discuss your needs and requirements.
Please ensure you wear a face covering or mask during your visit and our staff will be doing the same.
In order to assist the NHS Test and Trace scheme we will need to take contact details from anyone visiting our offices. This information may be shared with NHS Test and Trace if requested.
The office is an Everycare franchise owned and operated under licence by Andy Taylor and Angela Fuller (qualified nurse) alongside, branch manager Nicola Small, care manager Tracy Sampson, office manager Louise Craig, nursing manager Kerry Russell and Jess Holding our deputy manager.
Together the care team have over 190 years of experience in nursing, recruitment, training and management.
Everycare Eastbourne has an enviable reputation built over 24 years of delivering the highest quality home care and nursing services to the people of Eastbourne (See our CQC report at http://www.cqc.org.uk/). We are Eastbourne’s longest established home care and nursing company with a reputation built on the highest quality staff and service.
To find out more about the Everycare Eastbourne office watch our video with Angela Fuller giving details of how we work.
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