L&B’s 2002 directory out


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

A halt to expansion of the corporate sector of long term care is highlighted in the 15th edition of Laing & Buisson1s Directory of Major Providers 2002. Based on the company1s latest survey of providers with three or more care homes, completed in January, the directory offers users the most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of corporate care home holdings, including details of: – 234 for-profit providers which between them own, lease or manage more than 2,400 care homes for older or physically disabled people, with close to 120,000 registered beds. – 143 not-for-profit providers which between them own, lease or manage more than 1,500 homes for older or physically disabled people, with more than 48,500 registered beds. Information on each provider includes contact details for the provider1s corporate office. Also included is the category of provider and a list of the homes it owns, leases or manages. The directory also includes feature articles on the state of the market. – Laing & Buisson1s Directory of M





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