Caring Homes acquires purpose-built Edinburgh care home

The Manor

Caring Homes has announced the acquisition of a purpose-built care home in Edinburgh.

Providing residential, nursing and dementia care, The Manor, includes 74 en-suite bedrooms in varying styles, sizes and aspects.

The home, formerly known as Northcare Manor, previously belonged to Northcare.

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Paul Jeffery, CEO, Caring Homes, said: “I am delighted that The Manor is joining our family of high-quality care homes across the UK. We are very much looking forward to enhancing the support this home delivers to all their residents and hope that they will be impressed with our approach to, and focus on, person centred care, clinical excellence and family values.

“At Caring Homes we pride ourselves on providing exceptional care as well as recruiting and retaining the most talented staff.”

Caring Homes was established by Registered Nurse Helena Jeffery and her son, Paul, with one care home in 1994.  Since then, it has grown to become one of the most highly respected independent care and support providers in the United Kingdom with 70 homes, including seven other homes in Scotland.

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