Welcome to Harrogate Lodge Care Home

You'll find Harrogate Lodge in Chapel Allerton, a cosmopolitan suburb of Leeds, West Yorkshre.

Here we provide different levels of care to suit a range of needs, from residential care to nursing and palliative care.

Our team of registered nurses, senior care assistants and well trained care assistants is supported by GPs, a chiropodist, an optician, tissue-viability nurses, and district nurses.

We're close to shopping amenities, street cafes, and Roundhay Park with its lake and Tropical World. There are large gardens around the home with a patio area for people to enjoy the fresh air.

All bedrooms are en-suites, decorated to a high standard and have 24-hour nurse-call systems; some enjoy views over the gardens. We love residents to personalise these spaces to make them more homely.

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Life at Harrogate Lodge Care Home

A carer and a resident

I am impressed by the high level of care my father received. The staff have wonderful values and show them in the way they interact with the residents and visitors. They treated us with dignity and kindness. Thank you.

Richard Storm, Son of Resident/Service User at Harrogate Lodge Care Home

Types of care

Residential care

This is for those who may need some help with daily activities such as eating, washing,...

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Dementia care

People living with dementia have different needs, so either a residential or nursing care home...

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Nursing care

Someone may need nursing care if they have a certain physical condition or difficulties. This...

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Respite care

Respite care, or short-stay care, means someone can stay at Harrogate Lodge Care Home whether...

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End of life / palliative care

It's vital that everyone gets the right care and support at this important and sensitive time....

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Facilities & services

Making care special is at the heart of Harrogate Lodge Care Home in Leeds. Our philosophy starts with getting to know each person as an individual and understanding what they need.

  • All ensuite
  • All single rooms
  • On site hairdressing
  • Library
  • Quiet lounge
  • TV lounge
  • Lifts
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Patio
  • Flat screen TV in lounge
  • Wi-fi

Our news


23 Oct 2016

Here at Four Season’s Health Care we like to provide training and support for all of our colleagues, helping them to continually develop in their career, making them the best teams we can possibly have in our homes.

One avenue of development that we use is our Preceptorship Programme. The Programme supports the newly qualified nurses as they embrace their chosen career path.

The Preceptorship Programme runs regularly across the UK, and it’s yielding some fantastic results for us.

Most recently, 9 candidates completed the programme which included a 2 week residential at Laburnum Court in Salford.

Feedback from the candidates has been very positive as you can see below:

This course has been fantastic. It’s helped me to build my confidence whilst I’ve been learning on the job. It’s great to put everything we learn into practice straight away.

This course is great. The help and support I’ve received along the way has been constant. If I’ve ever been unsure someone has always been happy to help.

Would you like to find out more about our Preceptorship Programme? There’s information available on our website, or email: recruitment@fshc.co.uk.


18 Oct 2016

Today, Tuesday 18th October 2016, FSHC Group Holdings Limited is pleased to provide an update on the performance of the business for the first six months of the 2016 financial year.

You can view this review clicking on the following link ‘FSHC Group Holdings Half Year Review 2016’.

nursing care home flowers

12 May 2016

A stroll up to the door of Harrogate Lodge Care Home in Leeds is leaf-lined and heralded with birdsong. It’s a far cry from the hospital corridor 90-year-old temporary resident Mavis found herself sleeping in after she had a fall at home back in March.

Mavis was in Harrogate Lodge for a week while she recovered from a urine infection and is well enough to go back to her home on the other side of the city. “It’s certainly quieter here,” she laughs, “and the food is lovely.”

Mavis went to Harrogate Lodge as part of a new joint initiative, which sees independent care homes working with hospitals to alleviate delayed transfers of care. In a survey of 50 heads of NHS trusts by the Guardian in 2015, at least 10% of beds were occupied by patients who were ready to be discharged. The survey also reported the case of a patient in Cambridge who had remained in hospital 72 days after being declared ready for discharge. According to Monitor and the Trust Development Authority, these delays cost UK hospital trusts £270m a year. Lord Carter’s 2015 review of efficacy in hospitals suggested that hospitals should be working more closely with neighbouring NHS trusts to save money.

Four Seasons Healthcare, has been running a successful pilot scheme moving high-quality care from acute to community settings, shifting sub-acute community assessment and rehabilitation beds out of hospital.

Harrogate Lodge has been involved in the scheme since November 2015, starting with four beds and expanding by four additional beds each week. “This has increased workload”, says Home Manager Sue Green, “but, we’ve recruited six extra carers and a unit manager with experience in intermediate care.”

The average stay time for intermediate care residents at Harrogate Lodge is six weeks. Sue Green explains that the length of stay does vary from case to case, “We have had a few less than that but some others for longer, for various reasons. The main thing is to get them back to the most appropriate place for them, whether that’s their own home or a different care home.”

Paul Hayes, National director, Commissioning and Commercial Operations, says, “The scheme is in its early days but where it’s being actively used it’s regarded as a success by the hospitals and patients.”

“It’s rehab in a home environment rather than a busy hospital ward. The bedrooms are like a bedroom at home, there’s furniture around and there’s open visiting. The residents also stay in the same room for the entire period.”

Head of business development Richard Hardman agrees, “The acute nature of a hospital dictates the clinical relationship. Here, the care is much more holistic and the resident feels they are on a step home. A lot of people have lost confidence and have fears about going home. Here, there’s time to sit and talk to them and reassure them.”

Richard Hardman works nationally to support the care homes in working with commissioners. He says one of the biggest issues, as with many projects like this, is the availability of nurses: “You don’t want to create a new service run on agency staff. You want continuity of care and you want the staff to buy into the culture.”

“It’s exciting for the teams to be able to see some short-term outcomes and it means nurses can focus on skilled work rather than doing things like medication, which is a bit more routinised.”

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If you'd like to arrange a visit to Harrogate Lodge Care Home in Leeds, or talk to us about our care options, please call, email, or fill in the contact form.

Care home manager: Sue Green

25 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, LS7 3PD

0113 2392173

0113 239 2174

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