Clinovia makes first acquisition


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

Home healthcare provider Clinovia has made its first acquisition by purchasing Guardian Homecare and Guardian Care Support Services. The purchase means Clinovia can further develop its home healthcare services for both health and social care customers. Guardian Care Support Services focuses on the specialist domiciliary care market and complements Clinovia’s own Complex Care division, which cares for patients with complex clinical needs. Guardian Care Support Services was established in 2001 and operates as a care agency specialising in providing quality community support services to individuals with a learning disability, under contract to the local authority. It also provides relief support into residential homes and day centres. Guardian Homecare has 32 franchised territories and 28 franchisees throughout the UK. Clinovia chief executive Robbie Burns said the acquisition supported his company’s overall growth strategy. “As identified in the White Paper integration of services is important to commissi





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