Leeds home for Meridian


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

Meridian Healthcare Ltd has acquired Amber Lodge residential home in Armly, Leeds. Amber Lodge is a 40-bed, purpose-built care facility which Meridian says has an excellent occupancy and profitability track record. It is the second acquisition made by Meridian Healthcare in the last eight months, bringing the total number of beds operated by the company (which includes Tameside Care group) to 668. Meridian says all its facilities meet the National Minimum Standards with 100 per cent single beds and about 65 per cent of these having ensuites. The company is actively seeking further acquisitions which meet its requirements.





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