The award winning Parklands Group is one of the largest independent care home providers in the north of Scotland with seven care homes across Moray and the Highlands and a number of new care facilities planned in 2018/19.
Parklands homes offer a range of services including respite, nursing, personal and palliative care. Care needs are always tailored to the individual. We see our residents and staff as part of the Parklands 'family'. Our friendly and dedicated staff go the extra mile to ensure that residents enjoy their stay at Parklands and live happy, fulfilled lives.
Parklands was established 25 years ago by Ron Taylor. As a young student, Ron had cared for his elderly grandfather and grew frustrated at the lack of local care services. He set up Parklands in 1993, initially with one facility in Buckie. Today, Parklands operates seven care homes in Moray and the Highlands, employing around 500 people and providing residential care for around 250 older people in small, rural communities. It is one of the largest independent care providers in the north of Scotland and has won a series of prestigious awards for its commitment to care quality and to people development.
Over the past 25 years, we have strived to deliver the highest standards of care for older people in Moray and the Highlands. Our passion for care has been well recognised. Parklands was one of the first nursing care providers in Scotland to achieve Investors in People status and, in 2012, Parklands Group was named ‘Most Outstanding Care Home Group’ in the Over 50s Housing Awards. The company was named Outstanding Performing Business (25+ employees) in the 2015 Highland Business Awards and won the 2016 SCDI Highlands and Islands Business Award for Excellence in People Development.