Four Seasons has completed its restructuring to focus on developing three distinct businesses.
These will be:
- A national network of more than 370 homes that will provide personalised dementia and nursing care alongside residential care.
- A chain of 80 homes that will offer high quality elderly care together with hotel standard services and activities programmes designed primarily, but not exclusively, for self-funded clients who see the option of a care home as a life style choice.
- The Huntercombe Group, with 61 hospitals and specialist units, will continue to provide care, treatment and rehabilitation services in areas of mental health and brain injury, that are complementary to the NHS.
The three divisions each have their own senior management teams. The recruitment of their respective ceos is progressing.
Dr Pete Calveley, Group ceo has handed over to Ian Smith, chairman. He will continue until the three ceos are established in their positions. Pete Calveley will remain active in the business until his departure at a mutually agreed time.
Ian Smith said: “On behalf of everyone in our organisation I want to thank Pete for his outstanding leadership that has seen Four Seasons transformed into the UK’s largest independent care provider and a sector leader in higher dependency care services such as dementia, nursing and mental health care.”