About Us


Heathfleld (Horsham) Ltd was established as an exempt Charitable Trust, in 1953 by three local Horsham residents.

The house at 88 Hurst Road, was purchased in 1955 and opened for business in October 1956. The home was extended ln 1960 and 2007 to provide accommodation for up to 35 Residents including 2 rooms for respite care. We were still able to retain a large, secluded, walled garden for the pleasure of the residents

Heathfield (Horsham) Ltd Is run by volunteer trustees, who meet as a Management Committee on a monthly basis. Day to day running of the home is the responsibility of the General Manager, Jill McCulloch; the Care Manager, Michelle Hubbard; and the Administration Manager, Kirsty Ryan.

The Home is regulated by the Care Quality Commission and is subject to inspection at any time. Our most recent inspection report is available from Care Quality Commission. 

The latest CQC Inspection Report of 2021 rated Heathfield (Horsham) Ltd "REQUIRES IMPROVEMENT", the report can be accessed here: Heathfleld CQC report

CQC carried out an inspection in August 2020, this inspection was planned to check whether the provider is meeting the legal requirements and regulations associated with the Health and Social Care Act 2008. This was a targeted inspection looking at the infection control and prevention measures the provider has in place. As part of CQC's response to the coronavirus pandemic they are conducting a thematic review of infection control and prevention measures in care home. Heathfield was selected to take part in this thematic review which is seeking to identify examples of good practice in infection prevention and control.

Our Fees range from £710 to £850 Per week depending upon the room size and facilities. Some rooms may also be available for local authority funded residents. Please submit an enquiry for more details.

Living with Us


We understand that one of the biggest concerns faced by elderly people is that, recognising that they need some help in their daily lives, they will be treated with dignity and respect by the staff in their new home. We do everything we can to give a homely and friendly environment.

Our aims include:

  • Providing Residents with the maximum degree of independence whilst giving individual care and attention based on their needs
  • Providing support and help on a 24 hour care basis
  • Providing care In a manner that maintains dignity, gives cholces,respects privacy, individual values and beliefs
  • Making residents' families and friends welcome
  • Security of the Home
  • Individual Care Plans, regularly reviewed with residents and their famlly
  • Seeking regular feedback from Residents and their representatives about delivery of the services we provide and suggestions they may have for improvement