Morris Care gains training award


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

Morris Care, division finalists in the Excellence in Training category of the Shropshire Chamber Business Awards, have received their award from Business Link. Morris Care, which owns and operates three nursing homes in the Shropshire region, was accredited by City and Guilds as a National Vocational Qualification in Care Training Centre in June 2001. This, says Morris Care, is an outstanding accolade given rarely to independent nursing homes. “Through the hard work of our dedicated staff, we offer the very best of nursing care for frail and elderly people, as well as convalescent care, postoperative rehabilitation, respite stays, palliative care and terminal care,” said Morris Care chief executive Sue Humphries. “Now, having established a successful formula in Shropshire, Morris Care is now looking to expand into other regions with proposals already submitted for a new development in Worcester.”





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