Four Seasons acquires County Healthcare


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

Four Seasons Health Care, already one of the UK¹s biggest healthcare operators and the biggest devoted predominantly to the care of elderly people, has announced the acquisition of County Healthcare. County operated 13 care homes, primarily in South Yorkshire and Norfolk, with a total of nearly 500 beds. This brings the total of Four Seasons operated homes to 308 and more than 15,000 beds. Together with their landlord portfolio, Four Seasons now owns or operates 400 homes, with more than 18,500 beds in total. Four Seasons chief executive Hamilton Anstead said the County homes were all very attractive and well run, and their locations fit well within Four Seasons¹ portfolio.





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