Four Seasons opens three new facilities in the north

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

Four Seasons Health Care, one of the UK¹s major independent care home operators, has opened three new purpose-built homes in West Yorkshire. This brings the number of homes operated by Four Seasons across the UK to 117, and nearly 6,000 beds. The newly-opened homes are Brackenbed View Nursing Home, which has 35 beds for the frail elderly, Birkshall Mews Nursing Home, registered for both frail elderly and EMI, which has 30 beds and Pellon Manor Residential Home, registered for 35 beds which caters for EMI residents. The rooms in all 3 homes are for single occupancy with private ensuite facilities. Telephone points and individual nurse call systems are also in each room and all the homes have been designed in such a way as to ensure most rooms have views of the surrounding landscape and gardens. Each home has two lounges and two dining rooms for residents¹ use. Four Seasons Health Care has also been successful in tendering for up to 40 places to accommodate elderly residents being transferred due to the closu

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