Parting shot fired by former owners as Felden Croft closes


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

The Appeal by Felden Croft nursing home in Hemel Hempstead against the Notice of Cancellation of Registration Certificate issued by the National Care Standards Commission (NCSC), has been withdrawn because Felden Croft¹s owners have sold the care home. Jenny Beasley, former matron and owner, said details of the sale were confidential and was unable to say whether or not the property would be reinstated as a care home. “It is not for us to suggest what the new owners intend to use the property for ­ it may or may not be used for medical purposes,” Mrs Beasley told Caring Times. “What is certain is that Felden Croft will no longer be providing the specialised rehabilitative care which was unique in the county, and the saddest thing of all is that this valuable facility has been lost forever to the hundreds of people that Felden Croft has helped in the past, and would have in the future.” Felden Croft, formerly a 26-bed specialist nursing and rehabilitation unit, became the target of a flurry of unannounced in





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