ANS celebrates success

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A splendid year for ANS is how chairman Sir Neil Macfarlane described the year to 31 March 2002. Pre-tax (including minority interests and exceptional items) profits rose more than 81% to £4.96 million compared to 2001, on turnover up 13% to £64.8 million. Most of the increase came from the core Nursing Centre Division which is primarily based in the South.

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