Bupa Completes Sale Of Part Of UK Care Homes

Bupa has announced it has completed the transfer of part of its UK care home business to HC-One.

In August, Bupa announced an agreement to sell part of its care homes business to HC-One and today, 110 of those homes transfer to their new owner1.

David Hynam, Bupa UK CEO said: “Providing quality care for the UK’s ageing population continues to be a core part of our UK business.Transferring a number of our care homes to HC-One enables us to focus our investment on providing high quality care for our residents, both now and in the future.

“There’ll be minimal changes for residents in these homes, they’ll receive the same care from the same dedicated teams, as Bupa colleagues will remain with each home. I’d like to thank all our colleagues for the hard work and care they deliver around-the-clock to all of our residents in all of our homes.”

Bupa will remain one of the biggest aged care providers in the UK and a major investor with around 125 care homes and seven Richmond Villages, caring for over 6,000 residents. Bupa is also building four new care homes in England and continues to expand the Richmond Villages portfolio.

 

 

QCS

 

 

CHSA

 

 

Fusion

 

 

 

 

Lakeland2

 

Sign up for all the latest news from The Carer!

Sign up to receive the latest issues, along with highlights of the latest sector news and more from The Carer, delivered directly to your inbox twice a week!