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Four Seasons new Edinburgh home officially opened

13th May 2008

Four Seasons new care home in Craigmillar, Edinburgh was officially opened by the Lord Provost George Grubb in May. Castlegreen Care Home is the second of four new homes being built jointly by the city council and NHS Lothian.

The 60-bed facility, which accepted its first residents in December, is being operated by Four Seasons Health Care and the contract is the first of its kind in Scotland between an independent provider and a local authority.

Built by construction firm Graham, it cost £7.3 million and has recruited more than half its staff from the local area.

Mr Grubb said, “I am delighted to have officially opened Castlegreen Care Home. It is a modern and well-equipped care home that provides an excellent standard of care to residents. It is also overall a great addition to the local community?.

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Article Information

Title: Four Seasons new Edinburgh home officially opened
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 6746
Date Added: 13th May 2008

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