With Augustinian Care
Augustinian Care provides care with nursing for elderly frail residents and those with mental health problems in Sussex. Our aim is to provide unique high quality care, enabling individuals to lead valued and fulfilled lives with freedom to make choices.
We always aim to foster an open and positive relationship through both respect and understanding where our Sisters and staff are empowered to deliver life-giving structures.
The Augustinian Order
The Augustinian Order was founded in 1842 in Bruges, Belgium by Reverend Canon Peter John Maes who devoted his life to the care of the mentally ill. The Sisters of St. Augustine was re-formed in 1866 when it established its first home, St. George's Retreat in Burgess Hill, Sussex, principally to care for the mentally and physically ill. The Sisters have continued to care for those that need it ever since.
St. Clare’s is one of two purpose-built care homes located in the grounds of St. George’s Park. The home offers the best in modern facilities combined with the traditional principles of care which has been offered by the Augustinian Sisters at St. George’s since 1868.
St. Rita’s is one of two purpose-built care homes located in the grounds of St. George’s Park. The home offers the best in modern facilities combined with the traditional principles of care which has been offered by the Augustinian Sisters at St. George’s since 1868.
At St George's Park we offer excellent retirement accomation and a wonderful range of facilities, all set within 250 acres of outstanding natural beauty. Especially designed for the over 60s, the retirement apartments at St George's Park offer security and independence within a vibrant and diverse community. Residents will benefit from a variety of facilities including a 24-hour Concierge service. All the luxury apartments are spacious and the latest standards for access and mobility have been incorporated throughout the internal and external design.