Bridgewater Manor Care Home, Worsley

About New Care Homes

New Care Homes operate dementia, nursing, and residential care homes in areas including Greater Manchester, Merseyside, and Nottingham.

Renowned for creating stylish, yet comfortable and practical spaces, each of Care Homes’ ten properties is carefully designed, aesthetically attractive and built with meticulous attention to detail.

New Care pride themselves on providing state-of-the-art surroundings for their residents, ensuring the best possible living experience and providing as homely an experience as possible.

About Bridgewater Manor Care Home

Located on the site of a former pub & hotel, on Worsley’s Walkden Road, the three-storey property features 71 fully furnished bedrooms, each with an ensuite wet room, plus a selection of communal lounges, dining, and reading rooms. 

Other amenities include a nail bar, hairdresser, landscaped gardens and outdoor terraces to the first floor.

The £15M refurbishment was carefully designed to suit the plot, New Care worked meticulously with an architect, a clinical team, and the local authority, to deliver a state-of-the-art care facility, to provide outstanding residential, nursing, dementia and respite care services to residents of Salford.

The Project

Airwave is proud to partner with New Care’s, McGoff Construction, delivering purpose built care homes across the North West and Midlands.

Whilst Airwave can’t help with bricks and mortar, we do know a thing or two about TV technology and with this in mind, were delighted to assist with Bridgewater Manor’s TV system.

On this occasion, I was asked to recommend a commercially certified TV display with smart functionality and a a slim footprint.

Jes Redgard, Head of Healthcare Sales, Airwave

Airwave recommended Samsung’s HT5300 Series.

The HT5300 Series is a display optimised for the commercial environment, featuring healthcare specific features, smart functionality, screen mirroring and a slim, sleek aesthetic.

Complementing this small footprint, Airwave wall-mounted each of the 71 bedroom displays, using Btech BTV500 flat-to-wall brackets, positioning the TV flush to the wall.

In the shared resident areas, Airwave wall-mounted a further 3 x 65-inch Samsung HT5300 displays, used for large-screen broadcast of Freeview TV channels throughout the day.