Retreat Nursing Home

Retreat Nursing Home

Contact: Tony Whyte

Tel No: 00353 (0) 90 6472072

HIQA Reports

Welcome to Whytes Nursing Homes, Retreat Nursing Home in Athlone Co Westmeath.
The other Whytes Nursing Homes, Garbally View, is in Ballinasloe Co Galway

The Retreat Nursing Home is a purpose-built, single-storey building providing care for up to 40 residents with long term and dementia care needs who are over 65 years.
Residents under 65 years are also accommodated in the centre.

They pride themselves on being there for the community, being family run they know that caring for yourself or your loved ones demands patience and respect.

They cater for long term, respite and convalescent care of the elderly in tranquil, homely surroundings.Their mission is to provide a home from home, whereby all those living in our homes feel valued and cared for by a team of dedicated and professional carers.

Opened in 1998 and is family run.

Accommodation includes 14 single bedrooms with en suite toilet and hand-washing facilities.
There is also one single room, five twin bedrooms and five bedrooms, Retreat Nursing Home caters for a various groups of people and deal with 3 general hospitals in the county.

The Retreat Nursing Home is enclosed by a perimeter wall. There are two enclosed large, well-maintained patio and garden areas accessible from a number of doors in the centre.

Retreat Nursing Home is located in a residential setting within close proximity to a number of local amenities and is also close to Athlone town centre, Co Westmeath.

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Residential Care Inspections

A copy of each Hiqa report can be obtained online at:

Retreat Nursing Home | Westmeath Private Nursing Homes in Ireland

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