Barchester acquires 10 new homes for its care portfolio

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

In the first half of this year Barchester Healthcare has added 10 care homes to its portfolio. Hetherset Hall in Norwich, Norfolk was Barchester’s May acquisition. Established as a care home in the mid-1980s, Hetherset Hall is a Georgian house overlooking extensive park land and is registered to provide care for 50 residents. Residential care is offered to frail elderly and elderly mentally infirm people. Barchester’s first home in Norwich, Woodside House was opened in 2001. As Barchester’s premier purpose built accommodation in East Anglia, Woodside offers care to frail elderly persons and those with dementia. Barchester’s second purpose-built home in Norwich is the Cherry Trees care home which will have state-of-the-art facilities and is due to open in September. Barchester Healthcare now owns 38 care homes throughout the UK with provision for 2,407 beds. Eleven major building projects are now in progress including Alcester, Warminster, Rochester, Swindon and Oulton Broad in Suffolk. More major acquisitions

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