Dora Rose, Stafford

Dora Rose, Stafford

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Dora Rose is the latest addition to our care home developments and the site has a long and significant history in the Stafford area. Expected to open later this year, please contact us for further information.

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Dora Rose will include 72 beds and a dementia unit. Facilities will include; luxurious lounges, a café, a salon, wellness suite, gym and a prayer room all available to residents. Set within an excellent location with beautiful balconies overlooking the village of Milford Haven, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

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The history of the Dora Rose name, comes from Sister Dora, who maintained a great standard of care for her hospital’s patients, setting a wider example for how nursing should be carried out across the country. She was so highly regarded among the people of Walsall that upon her death in 1878, the community donated money not just for the hospital, but for a permanent memorial of Sister Dora, located today in the centre of Walsall. It is believed that Sister Dora was the first woman in the United Kingdom, other than royalty, to have a statue erected in her memory. Furthering her memory, was the 1884 opening of the Sister Dora Convalescent Home in Milford. By 1915, the number of casualties arriving back in the UK as a result of the war was overwhelming and the home was taken over by Military Authorities for the remainder of the war. The Sister Dora Convalescent Home was eventually closed in 1968, and for a time since then has been used as a care home for people suffering from dementia or physical disabilities. Now, in 2019, Macc Living is delighted to bring a new lease of life to Sister Dora’s legacy, with the opening of this brand-new care home, Dora Rose.