Care UK flags-up profit growth in elderly care

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

In its trading report made before its preliminary results for the year ended 30 September 30, 2002, Care UK plc says good progress had been made throughout the group during the second half of the year. Chief executive Mike Parish said the period had seen a continued improvement in the Care Solutions learning disabilities business and significant improvement in mental health services, which had benefited from the award of the Tariro House contract in May. Care UK¹s residential elderly care and homecare businesses have also maintained good profit growth and results for the full year are anticipated to be in line with market expectations. “The new organisational structure announced with our interim results, which realigns our services into residential care and community care, is enabling more effective leverage of group expertise,” Mr Parish said. “Residential care includes Community Partnerships, Mental Health Partnerships, and the residential services of Care Solutions, and community care includes homecare, C

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