Fears raised for 11 local care homes after Four Seasons announce administration plans

 Dunlarg Nursing Home Keady

Fears have been raised for 11 locally based care homes after Four Seasons announced it is set to go into administration.

The UK-wide company made the announcement earlier today (Tuesday), with Dunlarg in Keady (main image) and Manor Hall in Portadown just two of its many care homes across Co Armagh and surrounding areas.

at Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) to carry out the administration process after failed attempts to find a suitable buyer. .

A total of 58 of these homes are in Northern Ireland, amounting to around 3,000 beds.

Group medical director Dr Claire Royston commented: run or prompt any change for residents, families, employees and indeed suppliers.

"This is the latest stage in the group's restructuring process and allow us to move ahead with an orderly, independent sales process." Health and Social Care Board said they will continue to closely monitor the situation.

"Officials will remain in contact with Four Seasons and will keep necessary contingency arrangements during ongoing review."

It is the biggest care home group to have gone into administration since Southern Cross in 2011. , e, w, n, t, s)
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