December 11 2013 Latest news:
Friday, October 4, 2013
East Anglia-based residential and domiciliary care provider Healthcare Homes has expanded with the acquisition of South Norfolk Carers Ltd.
The company, previously family-owned, employs 45 people in the provision of home-based care services for the elderly and people with physical and learning disabilities in and around Norwich and Bungay, enabling them to remain independent in their own homes.
Its based at Brooke, near Norwich, and will now be merged into Healthcare Homes’ domiciliary division, Manorcourt Homecare, bringing its number of branches to 14.
Following the acquisition, Manorcourt Homecare will be providing more than 21,000 hours of homecare per week around the region. The value of the deal has not been disclosed.
Andy Bantock, managing director of Manorcourt, said: “South Norfolk Carers has an excellent reputation for providing high quality home-based care.
“The feedback we have personally received regarding the team, not to mention the CQC (Care Quality Commission) inspection reports, have all been extremely positive.
“The acquisition of South Norfolk Carers further extends our home-care reach in the eastern counties and we look forward to continue delivering the quality services that individuals have become accustomed to.”
Besides its Manorcourt division, Healthcare Homes, which is based at Langham, near Colchester, also operates 23 residential care homes around the eastern region which are registered for more than 1,000 residents. The group has a total workforce of more than 2,000 across Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.
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