Rushcliffe acquires three former LA homes


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

Leicester-based Rushcliffe Care, has added three former social services care homes to its portfolio. Now one of the largest providers of elderly and specialist care in the East Midlands, Rushcliffe has acquired Thornham Grove in Ibstock, Loudon House in Ashby and Shelthorpe House in Loughborough. Rushcliffe director Suijit Rai said his company had normally expanded through building new care homes.”However, we do have current experience in successfully transforming care homes we have acquired from social services and other independent operators,” Mr Rai said.





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