Growing homecare provider Sevacare has announced another significant increase in its business hours through the acquisition of Czajka Community Care Services, a well-established domiciliary business operating in Leeds, Bradford and Kirklees.
The acquisition of Czajka brings with it more than 4,000 hours of care and over 200 care staff to the Sevacare group who had just recently announced reaching the milestone of 100,000 hours of homecare delivery each week.
The latest acquisition gives Sevacare a strong presence in the Yorkshire area with offices in Kirklees, Bradford, Rotherham and a new branch opening in Wakefield in the coming weeks.
Speaking of the latest acquisition, the second in recent months, following the purchase of Basing care in Hampshire, Ravi Bains CEO said: “I’m delighted to have acquired such a quality business. The Czajka family has built a tremendous domiciliary care business and I thank them for selling the business to us as the competition was fierce. We will use this to launch ourselves into North Yorkshire and beyond.”
Helen Baker, regional director, added: “This gives us a major presence in Leeds and cements Sevacare in Bradford as the leading care provider. We’re excited at the additional opportunities this will give us going forward.
“The aim is to develop and expand both the range of services we offer and quality of the existing business with particular focus on the private pay market.”
Mr Bains thanked HSBC and his team of legal advisors as well as the senior management team for their support in getting the deal done.