Majesticare buys five homes from Southern Cross

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

Majesticare has acquired five care homes from Southern Cross as part of the sector giant’s ongoing divestment programme.

The new homes, Burgh Hall and St Paul’s in Lincolnshire, Chester House in Nottingham, Nightingale Court in Worcestershire and Sampford in Wiltshire, see the addition of 215 registered beds in the Lincolnshire, Nottingham, Worcestershire and Wiltshire areas to Majesticare’s portfolio which now stands at 18 establishments nationwide, providing care for 784 people.


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