Southern Cross opens Hodge Hill

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

Southern Cross Healthcare’s newly-built Hodge Hill Grange nursing home in Birmingham was officially opened in February. The purpose-built home, funded by NHP, will accommodate 54 clients needing general nursing care, all in single rooms with ensuite facilities. Southern Cross chief executive John Moreton said the home would provide about 60 full and part-time jobs for the area. He said the emphasis at the home would be on the quality of life provided for residents, encompassing links with the local community and activities and outings organised by an in-house activities organiser. “The opening of Hodge Hill adds another quality home to the Southern Cross portfolio of 2,108 beds offering mostly single, ensuite accommodation to the elderly,” Mr Moreton said. “The home has, of course, been developed to our usual stringent specification and we are proud to add it to our countrywide portfolio. “We are very much on target for our projected growth and have, at the same time, put in place management structures to sup

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