Leading home care provider Heritage Healthcare currently has a team of 25 staff delivering care to more than 60 clients in York and the surrounding area and plans to increase these figures substantially over the next 12 months. The company recently announced plans to double its York operation with the creation of up to 25 new jobs.
The new offices, based on Green Lane near Rawcliffe, provide the company with its own self-contained base rather than the serviced office it previously operated from.
Sarah Dowell, who joined Heritage Healthcare more than a year ago manages the York office and is spearheading the expansion.
Sarah said: “The new premises suit our business needs much better, particularly as the York business grows. As well as being self-contained we have control over our own operation, including phone systems, broadband and services, which is important as we take on more staff and clients.”
Glenn Pickersgill, Managing Director of Heritage Healthcare, said: “This investment is an indication of our ambition for the York office. Sarah is working in partnership with fellow professionals across the York area to further develop the business and enable clients in the city and the surrounding villages to take advantage of the high quality domiciliary care and healthcare services Heritage Healthcare provides.
”The business now has an office that is appropriate for its requirements as a growing concern.”
Legal work for the new office was carried out by Nicola Neilson at Latimer Hinks solicitors in Darlington.