The New Year has brought a new look for four Bupa Care homes as refurbishment programmes worth a total of £1,330,000 have been completed.
Two Bupa Care Services's homes in Surrey, Eastbury Manor and Lynton Hall, together with, Knowles Court in Bradford and Meadow Bank in Preston have just completed a programme of extensive renovations and refurbishments.
Along with the traditional works of fitting new carpets, curtains, furniture and flooring all the centres have received new flat-screen televisions, while an internet café style room has been created at the Knowles Court Residential and Nursing Home.
Comments Alistair How, director, UK care homes:
We never forget that we provide a real home to thousands of people. We strive to create a warm and welcoming feel, look and style for our residents with all the creature comforts of home - which is why updating to flat-screen televisions and introducing internet access are as important to us as the quality of the fixtures and fittings.
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Bupa’s purpose is longer, healthier, happier lives.
A leading international healthcare group, we serve 13 million customers in more than 190 countries. We offer personal and company-financed health insurance and medical subscription products, run hospitals, provide workplace health services, home healthcare, health assessments and chronic disease management services. We are also a major international provider of nursing and residential care for elderly people.
With no shareholders, we invest our profits to provide more and better healthcare and fulfil our purpose.
Bupa employs more than 62,000 people, principally in the UK, Australia, Spain, Poland, New Zealand and the USA, as well as Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, India, Thailand, China and across Latin America.
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