Improved occupancy rates pushes Nightingale into profit

Improved occupancy rates have driven a 12% rise in turnover for central-London psychiatric hospital Florence Nightingale. The Marylebone-based facility, which trades as Nightingale Hospital, said occupancy rates increased from 61% to 69% in the year ended 31 December 2017 pushing up revenue to £17.4m. The 82-bed hospital, which was bought by Groupe Sinoué in 2014,…

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