Investment in people and infrastructure for the UK's largest care home providerWhen HC-One acquired 110 care homes from BUPA in 2017, the £300 million deal became the biggest in care home history, making HC-One the largest social care provider in the UK. It marked six years of hard work for a leadership team who, back in 2011, rescued the failing Southern Cross Healthcare business, gaining financial backers who invested over £130 million refurbishing and upgrading 260 homes, improving training and development for 15,000 employees, and raising the quality of lives of 11,000 residents. It’s a story of turnaround and transformation, and as CFO David Smith tells Nigel Wright, in many ways it’s only getting started.  

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