Reprieve for Lancs home

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

The future of a Lancashire nursing home has been assured after it was taken over by Millennium Care (UK). This was celebrated by a recent open day to which residents and their families, the local community and service providers were invited. Lake Side nursing home at Worthington, Standish, had been in the hands of receivers since March 2001 and the residents and staff had faced an uncertain future. Millennium Care managing director Ohulam Haider told the residents and staff that he intended to ensure that the home was “the best in the area”. “The residents and staff have been through an unsettling period, but I am very confident for the future,” Mr Haider said. Mr Haider plans to refurbish Lake Side which is registered for 60 and currently employs 45 staff. The other care homes in the Millennium Care group are: Springfield care home at Copull which achieved the Best Kept Nursing Home of 2001 award, sponsored by Chorley and District Building Society, and Marley Court, at Chorley which has been nominated for a

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