RMBI

RMBI

At RMBI Care Co. we provide residential care, nursing care and residential dementia support to older Freemasons, their families and people in the wider community. We have been caring for older people for over 170 years and today we support over 1,000 residents across our 18 care homes in England and Wales.

We treat each person as an individual. We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy later life and we are here to help our residents stay as independent as possible but also provide support when it is needed.

We have a passionate and skilled team who deliver the highest quality of care to our residents and we live by our values which are kind, supportive and trusted.

RMBI Care Co. is part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation – a charity that encourages opportunity promotes independence and improves wellbeing for disadvantaged people across society. Every year, the Masonic Charitable Foundation gives over £5.5 million to support charitable projects in communities across England and Wales, as well as medical research. A wide range of grants and services are also available for Freemasons and their families who are experiencing difficulty.

RMBI, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ 
T: 020 7596 2400; F: 020 7404 0724; E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; W: www.rmbi.org.uk

Exploring care home quality RMBI care homes exceed the national standard in high-quality care and satisfaction of residents. The RMBI has published the results of its 2012 Customer Satisfaction Survey, which polls residents of RMBI’s…

Legacy boosts Kent care home

Thursday, 07 March 2013
A legacy donation to an RMBI care home has expanded facilities for residents, with the opening of a new lounge and dining room A new addition to the nursing facility was officially opened at RMBI’s…
Last October, eighty-six-year-old George Hoggett, a resident of Ecclesholme, RMBI’s care home in Manchester, proudly walked his daughter Sandra down the aisle and gave her away at her wedding to local Freemason John Hesketh. Ecclesholme…
Putting the pieces back together A new way of treating dementia recommends that you concentrate on creating the best possible quality of life for people. Andrew Gimson finds out how RMBI homes are pioneering groundbreaking…
Flying high – the butterfly kite mark In recognition of their excellent care for people with dementia, five RMBI homes have been awarded the Butterfly Service status kite mark The RMBI is committed to making…
A friend in need The RMBI needs continuous financial support to carry out its invaluable work The RMBI helps around 400 older Freemasons and their dependants each year, supporting people who are unable to pay…
Every Province looks for ways to raise money for their festivals. Dorset has decided to do it from a great height, by challenging their brethren to take a 10,000 feet tandem skydive. Little did they…
After many months of painstaking work and dedication by Bev Niland, Home Manager, and staff, together with Karina Baldwin, Gold Standard Champion for Ecclesholme in Manchester, the Home has achieved their award. A presentation by…

Taking the tough route

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
East Lancashire Province is doing a great job of raising money for the 2015 RMBI Festival thanks to Freemasons Steve Grummett and Ryan Yates. Steve will be completing the Three Peaks Challenge over the weekend…

Bike ride with a difference

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
In November 2006, John Donoghue of St Aldhelm’s Lodge No.2559 in Dorset was admitted to Guy’s Hospital, where he donated a kidney to his daughter Tara. For John, it was a life-changing experience seeing first-hand…
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