A CARE home provider has celebrated 20 successful years in Cheshire.
Four Seasons Health Care runs Vale Court in Ellesmere Port, Rosedale Manor in Crewe and Weston Park in Macclesfield.
Between them, the three units employ 220 staff and provide care for 189 residents. They have received star ratings from the independent service regulator CSCI.
Four Seasons provides high standards of care in quality facilities for people who are elderly, frail or mentally infirm. It also offers dedicated services for respite care, rehabilitation, intermediate care, terminal and palliative care, as well as care for younger people suffering from chronic conditions.
Managing director Julia Clinton said: “Quality care is the basis of our ethos, and we are proud to have achieved the 20-year landmark in Cheshire.
“None of this would be possible, however, without the hard work and dedication of the staff in our care homes and centres. It is a tribute to them that, 20 years on, the company is growing in the region and the standard of care is being recognised through the independent quality star ratings.”
Chief executive Dr Peter Calveley said: “The legislative and funding challenges faced by the health care sector have increased and become much tougher over the last 20 years.
I believe we meet this challenge to an extremely high standard.”