NCHA and RNHA merger named


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

Officers of the National are Homes Association and the Registered Nursing Homes Association have announced that the association formed by the merger of the two bodies will be called the IN-CARE Association. NCHA chief executive Sheila Scott said the merger, announced in September last year, was expected to be formally completed by the end of this year, with the first new members of IN-CARE being recruited by September. Ms Scott said plans were also in hand for a major conference to be held in October, and that a designer had been engaged to develop a logo for IN-CARE.





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