Healthcare Homes spends £2.25m on upgrades


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

Group provider Healthcare Homes has completed major upgrades top two of its care homes at a cost of £2.25m. The company has added 20 rooms to its 48-bed Home Close in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire. The extension, which provides single rooms, with ensuite facilities, and two lounge areas, cost more than £1 million to build and makes Home Close the biggest home in Healthcare Homes’ portfolio. The company has also finished major works to Barking Hall nursing home, near Needham Market in Suffolk, adding 23 bedrooms to the existing registration of 18, a new kitchen and additional day space where residents can enjoy the numerous activities on offer. Healthcare Homes owns and manages 16 homes across the East of England and is the biggest East Anglian based care home provider.





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