Four Seasons intermediate care initiative

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

Four Seasons Health Care, one of the UK¹s leading independent healthcare operators, says it is continuing to succeed with its intermediate care initiative. The company says its partnership programme is proving successful, with health authorities and PCTs recognising the benefit and support it offers to them. In Calderdale, where Four Seasons obtained an intermediate care contract in the spring, the Primary Care Trust has recently increased it by a further 10 beds. Since the spring, Four Seasons has welcomed 48 admissions at its Brackenbed View nursing home, so helping to free hospital beds in the area. Chief executive Hamilton Anstead said he was pleased that the professionalism of Four Seasons¹ staff and the facilities offered at Brackenbed View had been recognised by Calderdale to such an extent that his company had been successful in the tender for further beds. Four Seasons¹ Calderdale contract is one of many the company has obtained during the past 12 months. Intermediate care, step down rehabilitatio

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