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Nazareth Care posts surplus as grants help financial stability

Nazareth Care Charitable Trust has reported a surplus for the first time in three years, with the provider looking to grow capacity by 8%...

Accessing liquidity

Hoong Wey Woon, head of UK healthcare real assets at Alantra, offers insight into ground rent financing structures Over the last few years many care...

Natalie-Jane Macdonald appointed to chair Voyage Care

Dr Natalie-Jane Macdonald has been appointed chair of Voyage Care, replacing Gavin Simonds. Macdonald, who has over 30 years’ experience in health and social care,...

Potential strike action ‘unwarranted’, says St Monica Trust CEO

A decision by care staff at St Monica Trust to take strike action has been described by the charity’s chief executive as ‘unwarranted’. Care workers,...

Hadrian Healthcare Group to build £15m care property

Hadrian Healthcare Group has received planning permission to build a £15m care home for older people in Roundhay, Leeds. The Manor House Roundhay will be...

Macc Care Group opens 11th property

Macc Care has opened its latest dementia home in Blythe Valley Park, in Solihull, West Midlands. Blythe Rose, which will be managed by Cheryl Harbourne,...
CareTech positive over fee rises

CareTech navigates challenges with international and digital performing well

CareTech navigated through the various challenges presented by Covid-19, staff shortages and inflationary pressures, posting slight revenue growth, while EBITDA remained flat. Its half-year results...

A workplace issue

Jo Moseley, practice development lawyer at Irwin Mitchell LLP, explains why the care sector must do more to help women in the workplace In the...

Radar Healthcare closes £9m funding round

Safety and compliance technology provider Radar Healthcare has closed a £9m funding round to support business growth in the UK and abroad. The funding was...

Scottish government urged to act on housing with care provision

More than 4,000 housing with care properties will be required to be built each year in Scotland over the next 14 years for it...