Revenue dips at Nightingale Hospital as occupancy rates slide

Nightingale Hospital on Lisson Grove

Lower occupancy rates during the Covid-19 pandemic have led to an 8% dip in revenue at central-London’s Florence Nightingale Hospital. The Marylebone-based mental health facility, which trades as Nightingale Hospital, reported occupancy rates of 54% across its 73 beds in the year ended 31 December 2020 compared to 63% the previous year. Revenue was down to…

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