Priory Group opens care home in Wolverhampton


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

Mental healthcare provider The Priory Group has opened its first care home in Wolverhampton.

The 77-bed Bentley Court in Wednesfield is part of the first phase of the company’s plans for rapid expansion in the older people care sector.

The home provides nursing and dementia services in single, ensuite accommodation with a choice of lounges and dining areas and an enclosed landscaped garden.

Priory Group care homes division managing director Bhavna Jones said Bentley Court had been well received, particularly in light of the dementia services it would provide for the local community in Wolverhampton.

The Priory Group now plans to rapidly increase its portfolio of care homes for older people with further new builds in England and Northern Ireland.

Visit www.priorygroup.com for more information.





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