The Hospital of God at Greatham Supported Housing
The Hospital of God at Greatham has provided housing for older people since its foundation in 1273 by Robert de Stichell, Bishop of Durham.
The Hospital of God owns 65 almshouses in Greatham, 14 in Norton and 25 in Stockton for people of pensionable age.
Most of these are modern flats and bungalows offering a variety of sheltered accommodation and have a warden call system installed which can be used to summon assistance in the case of an emergency. A warden is available at Greatham and Stockton to encourage residents to live their lives as independently and fully as possible.
Hospital of God at Greatham services also include:-
Day Centres - in Hartlepool and County Durham
The Bridge - Dementia Care Services
For further information about Hospital of God at Greatham's servies, please visit their website.
- The Hospital of God at Greatham
The Estate Office
- TS25 2HS
- When is it on
- Open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm