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Four Seasons homes celebrate 20 years of caring

2nd May 2008

Four Seasons Health Care, one of the UK’s leading independent healthcare operators, is celebrating 20 years of quality care.

The number of Four Seasons care homes and specialised centres has grown over the years to nearly 350, employing more than 21,000 staff and providing care to over 15,000 residents.     

Julia Clinton, Managing Director of Four Season English care homes is pictured celebrating with staff and residents. She says; “Quality care is the basis of Four Seasons’ ethos, and we are proud that the company has achieved the 20 year landmark.

“None of this would be possible, however, without the hard work and dedication of the staff in our care homes and centres.  It is a tribute to them that, 20 years on, the company is growing still and the standard of care is being recognised through the independent quality star ratings.?

Dr Peter Calveley, Chief Executive of Four Seasons Health Care, says; “The legislative and funding challenges faced by the health care sector have increased and become much tougher over the last 20 years.
 
“At Four Seasons, I believe that we meet this challenge to an extremely high standard and strive to improve even further at every opportunity. The dedication and motivation of our staff is as high as can be found anywhere, and this results in the delivery of a better standard of care for our residents.?

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Article Information

Title: Four Seasons homes celebrate 20 years of caring
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 6620
Date Added: 2nd May 2008

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