Mimosa makes it eight more


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

Mimosa Healthcare has acquired eight care homes in the West Midlands and Bristol areas. The company now operates 28 care homes nationally, providing 1400 beds for mainly long term care residents. Four homes in the Dudley and Wolverhampton area were taken over from the West Midlands Co-operative Society in mid January, and the four homes in the Bristol area were acquired from Exelcare and were subsequently re-named as part of a re-launch to emphasise the change of management. Sunnymead Manor, Bishopsmead Lodge, Kingsmead Lodge and Honeymead were names suggested by members of staff at the homes. Mimosa managing director and founder Anthony Massouras said his company was dedicated to improving and maintaining high standards of care. “We have a talented management team who are skilled in the various fields in which the company operates,” said Mr Massouras. “Our deputy managing director Barbara Cotman has been impressed with the quality and dedication of the management and workforce that they have found with





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