Four Seasons reports further improvement in service quality


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

Four Seasons Health Care has reported further improvement in its quality ratings with more than four in five of its homes in England (83%) being recognised as either good or excellent by the Care Quality Commission. This puts Four Seasons among the highest rated large care home providers in England.

Julia Clinton, manager director for England, said Four Seasons focused on person-centred care, ensuring that residents are treated with dignity as individuals and given the personal attention to help them maintain a good quality of life.

‘The fact that such a large proportion of our homes are now rated as good or excellent by the Care Quality Commission is verification of our commitment to continuously improve our services,’ said Ms Clinton.

‘We are now one of the highest quality performing care home providers of our size, and our drive is now to bring even more of our homes into the top rated category. I am enormously proud of our staff that continue to make this possible.’

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