Directory of providers – 2001 edition released


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

Sector analysts Laing & Buisson have released their 2001 Long Term Care Directory of Major Providers. This fully updated and expanded 14th edition of the directory highlights the halt in the expansion of the corporate sector of long term care because of the continuing adverse market conditions. Based on Laing & Buisson¹s latest survey of providers with three or more care homes, the Directory offers users the most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of corporate care home holdings. This includes: … 253 for-profit providers which between them own, lease or manage more than 2,468 homes for elderly or physically disabled people, with about 120,000 registered beds. … … 142 not-for-profit providers which between them own, lease or manage more than 1,486 homes for elderly or physically disabled people, with about 47,487 registered beds. … … 307 providers which between them own, lease or manage more than 4,476 homes for learning disabled and mentally ill people, with more than 38,000 registered beds. …





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