Springfield Manor Care Home, opened by the Lord Mayor, offers state-of-the-art, eco-friendly, person-centred care including dementia and complex care in Staffordshire

Springfield Manor Care Home, a new addition to the Highgate Care group, has officially opened, marking a significant milestone in health and social care services for the Stoke-on-Trent community. This is the first Highgate Care home in Staffordshire, and its opening is a testament to Highgate Care’s commitment to providing high-quality care.


Highgate Care, known for its core value of kindness, is thrilled to establish Springfield Manor Care Home in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent. Under the leadership of Managing Director Joanne Fogg, the grand opening featured a ribbon-cutting ceremony by Councillor Lyn Sharpe, the Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent for 2024/25. The Lord Mayor warmly engaged with the dedicated and highly qualified team at this state-of-the-art care home, which is conveniently located near Royal Stoke University Hospital on Godwin Way, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 6JP.


Springfield Manor is a modern, purpose-built facility constructed with eco-friendly sustainable materials to reduce environmental impact. It offers person-centred care in a warm and comfortable environment, catering to older people in the area, including those living with dementia. The home promotes inclusive and compassionate care, respecting individuality and standing as a beacon of excellence in health and social care.


During her visit, the Lord Mayor discussed the critical role of delivering high-quality, compassionate care with the care team. “This is an exciting new era for health and social care services,” said Deborah Payne, Home Manager at Springfield Manor. “Springfield Manor offers the people of Stoke an opportunity to access complex care, alongside other essential services for their loved ones. A forever home. My team and I are proud to be part of this new adventure.”


Springfield Manor Care Home provides a comprehensive range of services, including residential and dementia care, nursing, and complex care. “Complex care” refers to individuals who have “behaviours of concern” due to living with progressive dementia or individuals living with a mental health diagnosis. The home will provide specific nursing care, daily living support, and case coordination for individuals with serious long-term conditions. The goal is to enhance comfort and quality of life through person-centred care designed to manage daily living to the highest possible standard for all residents.


As our population ages and healthcare needs become more complex, Springfield Manor Care Home is set to become the premier choice for healthcare professionals and the local community seeking 24-hour care in a modern, welcoming environment staffed by a highly skilled team. “With the challenges of an ageing population and increasing complex needs, Springfield Manor Care Home aims to be a leading provider of healthcare services in the area,” Deborah added.


Managing Director Joanne Fogg stated, “Highgate Care is proud to be offering this service, and the staff team who will work here will make a positive difference every day in the lives of the residents who make Springfield Manor their home.”


Joanne continued, “We warmly invite community members, health and social care professionals, and those seeking care for their loved ones to visit Springfield Manor Care Home. Experience our exceptional facilities and meet our compassionate team, dedicated to providing high-quality care.”

Springfield Manor has already welcomed its first residents.


For more information, please contact:

Deborah Payne, Home Manager

Springfield Manor Care Home

Phone: 01782 355737

Email: [email protected]


About Springfield Manor Care Home: Springfield Manor Care Home is dedicated to providing top-notch care and support for individuals requiring Residential, Dementia, and Complex Care. Our team of professionals is committed to creating a nurturing environment where residents can thrive.