As leading UK bath manufacturers, we deliver long term value to all care
environments including care homes, hospitals and rehabilitation facilities
We have just completed two highly advanced, G360 wet rooms for mental health inpatients and staff at The Welland Centre, St Mary’s Hospital, Kettering. A challenging project however we delivered on all levels. Read more
Our latest bath installations for Ardale Limited are ‘bringing tears of joy’ to residents at its Oakham Grange Care Home. Read here why Gentona baths are proven to enhance mental health and well-being.
Antimicrobial bathing for advanced hygiene
from world-leading Gainsborough Healthcare Group in partnership with BioCote
Infection control is a top priority for us… Gainsborough’s design has allowed us to be more effective and efficient”
Jayne Brown, Hollybank House Manager
Gainsborough – Strength through specialist bathing for 30 years
Gainsborough Specialist Bathrooms is Europe’s leading choice for the design, installation and after-sales support of assistive and height adjustable baths for a range of care settings. We are the optimum bathing solution for all care providers.More
Despite ongoing supply chain issues, Gainsborough Specialist Bathrooms, the respected UK manufacturer of power assisted baths for the care sector, is continuing to maintain highly competitive delivery times for its specialist bathing solutions.
The number of UK job vacancies is at a record high according to the Office for National Statistics. Data collected in August 2022 shows there are around 219,000 human health and social care roles vacant with an accelerating increase of over 10% year-on-year.
Gainsborough Specialist Bathrooms is a Best of British business delivering an unsurpassed 360-degree service in accessible bathrooms and baths for care homes, hospitals and rehabilitation facilities. So, what makes this organisation so unique?
During the devastating impact of Covid 19, the pandemic shone a light on the importance of the care industry. Yet in the wake of its most challenging period, the sector now faces a potentially alarming staffing crisis.