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A smaller facility with 15 beds, Jasmine Court provides the very highest standards of rehabilative care to men living with complex dementia. We’ve recently completely refurbished the hospital. Our facilities have been designed to meet our patients’ individual needs, as well as enable our team to deliver quality care. Patients can now make use of spacious shared lounge and dining areas, and a large activities room is available for group or independent work with patients.
From our Nurses and Occupational Therapists through to our Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Support Workers, every member of our team is focused on person-centred care. We collaborate with patients to direct their tailored treatment, achieve personal goals and maximise independence wherever possible. They’re able to choose from the range of therapeutic services. The hospital has its own garden area designed for individuals to get involved in horticultural activities and there’s access to a wide range of local amenities. All of these features enable individuals to maintain or gain new skills and support the plan for discharge
What we do requires a diverse range of roles, but our warm and supportive culture brings us together to help our patients. If you join us, you’ll be given the resources and opportunities you need to give our patients the care and support they deserve.
Where We're Based
Jasmine Court is based in Waltham Abbey, Essex. There is a Waltham Abbey train station, and several bus routes into the town.
Jasmine Court Independent Hospital
01992 879 512
Why work at Jasmine Court Independent Hospital in Waltham Abbey?
Join us, and you can look forward to being part of a culture that is friendly, welcoming and always supportive.
Jasmine Court Independent Hospital is a male-only unit, which caters for service users who have a diagnosis of dementia and behaviours that may be deemed as challenging. Some individuals are detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 and some have informal status.
The mental health services we provide cover alcohol related dementia (Korsakoff’s), Alzheimer’s, behaviours that are challenging, dual diagnosis, forensic history, Pick’s disease, vascular dementia and working age dementia.
Young Onset Dementia Care
Alcohol Related Dementia (Korsakoff’s)
Behaviours that Challenge
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Become part of the Barchester Family and ensure people get the quality of care they deserve. But don’t just take our word for it, see what our colleagues have to say about working at Barchester:
“No two days are ever the same, which makes working for Barchester very fulfilling. I get great opportunities to learn new skills and the training they provide has enabled me to progress within the company. Its great to work alongside colleagues that genuinely care for our residents – from day one I felt part of the “Barchester Family”.
“I really enjoy working for Barchester in my role as a qualified Nurse as the complexity of care we give makes the role really interesting with a variety of care and level of autonomy you get that I didn’t get in the NHS. Barchester are great for training and career progression. I love feeling part of the “Barchester Family” and the support I get form colleagues is second to none”.
“Working for Barchester really is rewarding. Seeing the impact as General Manager that I can make on our residents is a real satisfaction. There’s great opportunities to develop within the company with lots of opportunity for promotion. The team I work with are great and there’s a great sense of the ‘Barchester family’ between staff and residents”.
What People Have to Say About Us
At Barchester, we don’t just accept difference—we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our colleagues and residents. Barchester is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.