Care home is part of woodland healthcare site

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

Completed in January, the Pitlochry Care Home in Perthshire, Scotland is part of a larger recently completed public/private sector healthcare development located within what was formerly undeveloped woodland.

The 50-bed home shares the site with a community hospital, medical centre for a local GP practice and bases for district nurses, health visitors and the Scottish Ambulance Service.


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