Hartford Care has completed the acquisition of Belford House in Four Marks, Hampshire.
The 32-bed service, which employs over 40 staff, becomes the 15th home in the Hartford Care family, which operates across the South of England.
Sean Gavin, CEO of Hartford Care, said: “We are proud to welcome Belford House into the Hartford Care family. We believe that every one of our residents is individual and unique and I am confident that Belford House, as a long-established care business in Hampshire, will benefit from our Hartford Care core values, ethos and way of working. We look forward to getting to know the staff, residents and local community of Four Marks in the coming months.”
Under the leadership of husband and wife duo, Sean and Jo Gavin, Belford House will be governed by the three core principles of the company: Care, Comfort and Companionship. Hartford Care’s philosophy of care is focused on providing a safe and comfortable lifestyle for residents and family carers in a home-from-home setting.
Belford House, which is currently rated Good by the CQC, is led by an experienced home manager.
The homes focuses on ensuring residents can continue to live independently, enjoy a range of activities and pursue their own interests and hobbies.