Hallmark launches 106-bed flagship home in King’s Lynn

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

After three years in the planning Amberley Hall, the 106-bed flagship home in Hallmark Healthcare’s multi-million pound new build programme has been opened. Located in King’s Lynn, the care home includes a stroke rehabilitation unit, designed to bridge the period between hospital and home for stroke victims, as well as a muscular degeneration unit offering specialist care for people with conditions such as muscular sclerosis and atrophy. For Hallmark managing director Avnish Goyal, the opening of Amberley Hall represents a milestone in the company’s history. “This is the first of a new breed of homes for Hallmark Healthcare – it’s a window into our future,” said Mr Goyal at the official opening in January. “The response from our guests has been very positive and we’re thrilled to hear that the home has reached the finals of the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards. It’s been a fantastic way to start the new year. “Today has been such a success that we’re already looking forward to the opening of Ty Enfys – our ne

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