Partnership promotes future growth


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

Since its founding in 1997, Southern Cross Healthcare has become the market leader and primary consolidator in the UK care homes services sector. The combination of an ageing population and reduction in overall bed numbers within the NHS and long term care sector has resulted in the growing demand for quality care services. Southern Cross currently operates more than 640 care homes with more than 32,000 beds. It is currently reaping the rewards of a successful strategy of acquiring and developing modern, purpose-built care homes in areas of high demand. The group’s core interest is the provision of care services for elderly people and is branded under two service offerings, Southern Cross Healthcare (registered care homes) and Ashbourne Senior Living, which offers facilities with higher accommodation standards and additional services often requested by self-funded residents. A further service for clients branded Active Care Partnerships, provides care and support for individuals with a range of learning dis





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