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Recognised achievement in the Healthcare sector for Yorkare Homes

The Health Investors Awards is an annual event celebrating the very best in social care, across categories including advisory and finance, clinical services, property, and more, saw Yorkare Homes recognisned and crowned as the best Residential Elderly Care Provider of the Year 2024 (medium group 10-30).

The finalist entries are judged by a panel of high-profile, independent judges from across the sector.

Jonathan Garton Operations Director for Yorkare Homes added “This is a real testament to our dedication to providing exceptional, person-centered Care to our residents and fantastic recognition for all at Yorkare Homes. A huge thank you to all our amazing teams who consistently go above and beyond. Congratulations to all the other finalists this year…..the competition was fierce”.

Yorkare Homes provides residential and dementia care currently across 12 Care Homes based in the East Riding of Yorkare and North East Lincolnshire areas.

The over 30 years of knowledge and understanding and appreciate what is needed to help, support, and engage their residents in the best possible way.

The Care Home Group is renowned for its award-winning luxury facilities, exceptional care, and is recognised for its specialist dementia care. The Yorkare Homes Care Group is one of the highest CQC-rated care providers nationally.

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