Family is at our heart
“We aim to care for your relative as we would care for our own”
We place great importance on family at Beritaz Care, we are of course family owned and count every member of our hard-working and dedicated team as part of this family, but there is more to it than that…
The trust placed in our services is a privilege that we do not take lightly, and we believe in a very simple philosophy ‘We treat your loved ones in a way that we would treat our own.’
Family values of care and consideration, respect and respectfulness, a sense of humour and the warmest of welcomes, adding life to every day at our safe and welcoming homes in Surrey, Hampshire and Dorset.
We are of course proud of our various awards and accreditations, but nothing gives us more pleasure than repaying the faith shown in our services. Our accolades speak for themselves!
We look forward to welcoming you to the Beritaz Family.
Our Beritaz Care name comes from Latin word “Veritas” which means “Truth”. This steams from the family values of we love caring for you in a real, authentic and truthful way.
Joining Beritaz Care as a Nursing Graduate has given me the opportunity to help people in a practical and lasting way, the standard of care at every home is outstanding and I could not be happier to be here
Pop, Team Lead at Robertson Nursing Home, Godalming
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Robertson Nursing Home
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We know that for family and friends, the initial decision to choose residential care can be deeply upsetting and emotional, ‘guilt’ is a word that we hear often no matter how much overwhelming evidence points to the absolute need for some form of residential care.
We understand what a difficult time this is for those that have made the decisions and we take the time to help every person that touches our business at a pace to suit them, not us.