Craegmoor continues strategy to acquire specialist care facilities

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

Craegmoor Healthcare has continued to expand its care home portfolio with the acquisition of four properties in Luton and Drummond House in Biggar, Scotland. As part of a drive to expand the company’s speciality care operations in the South of England, the group has purchased Vaughan House, Georgina House, Rose Court and The Woodstock Daycare Centre from The Umbrella Care Group. Vaughan House, Georgina House and Rose Court, all in Luton, each offer residential care for adults with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. This acquisition represents Craegmoor’s first acquisition in Luton, an area in which the company hopes to further expand its operations over the coming year. Craegmoor’s regional manager for the company’s speciality care division for the East of England, Andrew Gee, said each home would keep its existing manager and long serving team of staff, who will continue to provide care for residents aged between 18-50 years old. “We are are keen to maintain and further develop the reputation t

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