Burlington Care announces acquisition of homes across Yorkshire and East Midlands

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Burlington Care has acquired four homes from Orchard Care Homes across Yorkshire and the East Midlands. This acquisition now brings the total portfolio of homes operated by Burlington Care to 30, with around 1900 beds.

 

The homes joining Burlington Care are Clipstone Hall and Lodge, Rastrick Grange and Lodge, Cantley Grange and Sutton Hall and Lodge. The services provided include nursing, personal care and dementia care services and reflect the services typically offered by Burlington Care.

 

The staff and management teams at each home have transferred over to Burlington Care.

 

Richard Hoggart, Chief Executive, Burlington Care, Commented; “We are excited to bring on board such good quality care teams and these homes. We welcome them to the Burlington family. Burlington is all about providing a great care service for our residents, an ethos shared by Orchard Care and the teams joining us”.

 

Hayden Knight, Chief Executive Officer at Orchard Care Homes, said; “We have been working closely with Burlington Care to ensure a smooth transition, and the team shares our values and commitment to delivering high quality, compassionate care to the residents in the home. The transfer of the four homes is part of our strategic plan announced earlier in the year. Other services in the Orchard Care Homes portfolio will continue to operate as normal.”

Bridlington-based, Burlington Care now operates thirty care homes, two domiciliary care agencies, a pharmacy, wholesale supplier business for care homes, along with training company and clinical waste business.

The organisation operates in more than twenty-two towns and cities across Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and the North East. Their domiciliary services care for around two hundred people in their own homes enabling them to maintain independence.

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