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Situated in South West London, Wimbledon is home to the oldest tennis tournament in the world and Wimbledon Common, one of the largest areas of open space in London. We have one care home in the area, offering a number of tailored elderly care options.

Types of elderly care in Wimbledon

We provide a number of care options, including residential care, assisted living and dementia care.

Residential Care
Nursing Care
Respite and Short stays
Early stage dementia
Advanced dementia
Recovery post-op or after illness
Palliative care

Our care homes in Wimbledon

Heathland Court

56 Parkside,Wimbledon,SW19 5NJ

We don’t provide care for the following:

  • red-cross Day Care
  • red-cross Parkinson's
  • red-cross Huntington's
  • red-cross Physical or learning disabilities

Bupa has one care home in Wimbledon : Heathland Court.



The following Wimbledon based home Offers specialised dementia care options: Heathland Court. Our customer care team is on standby to answer any questions you may have – please call us on 0333 242 9138 to get in touch.

Bupa accepts both private and local authority funding at our care home in Wimbledon. Please contact our customer care team on 0333 242 9138 for further information on pricing, as this varies depending on care needs.
All of Bupa’s care homes offer respite and short stay care, subject to availability. Call our customer care team on 0333 242 9138 to find out more about our care home in the Greater London.
There are 19 other Bupa care homes in Greater London: The Sidcup and Abbotsleigh Mews in Sidcup, The Arkley in Barnet, Havelock Court in Stockwell, Harts House in Woodford Green, Clare House in Uxbridge, Lynton Hall in New Malden, Stamford,The Kensington,The Highgate,Manley Court and Westcombe Park in London, Nairn House in Enfield, Erskine Hall in Northwood, Red Court in Croydon, Elmstead in Chislehurst, Manor Court in Southall, Meadbank in Battersea, Middlesex Manor in Wembley.

News and events from our care homes

Over the last couple of months our amazing residents and staff have done everything they can to maintain normality and keep spirits high. Here are just some of the latest activities and events that have been happening in our care homes.

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