Trinity buyout completed

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

The takeover of Trinity care has been successfully completed by Southern Cross Healthcare. Southern Cross executive chairman John Moreton told Caring Times that Southern Cross now held 100 per cent of Trinity with no minority shareholders. Mr Moreton said his company now operated 7,700 long term care beds and looked to continue its growth through further acquisitions. Philip Scott is now chief executive of Southern Cross, with Mr Moreton as executive chairman.

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