Four Seasons acknowledged as having the top carers north and south of the border!

Four Seasons Health Care, one of the UK’s leading independent healthcare operators, has ended the year on a high, winning both north and south of the border in care awards ceremony’s.

Scottish Care, the lobby group representing all Scotland’s care homes, named Liz Campbell, deputy manager at Four Seasons Gilmerton Care Home in Edinburgh, a winner at their ceremony in Glasgow.

Now Estella Dowle, from Four Seasons Belle Vue Care Home in Paignton has picked up the award of ‘carer’ of the year at the Caring Times national awards in London.

Ends

21st December 2006

  • For more information please contact Paul Brennan on 01625 417800
  • Images of Liz and Estella are available on request
  • To find out more about Four Seasons visit www.fshc.co.uk

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