Yorkshire-based Constantia Healthcare has bought Linson Court in Batley and Manor Croft in Dewsbury – its first homes in the county.
The family-run care group now has care homes in West Yorkshire, Lancashire, and Teesside, with further acquisitions in the pipeline.
Linson Court is a 40-bed home providing residential care and nursing support for people with age-related needs, including dementia. Manor Croft also has 40 bedrooms, and also provides residential and nursing care. Both homes are rated as good by the CQC.
The acquisition of the homes brings the total now owned by the provider to seven. The others are Middlesbrough Grange, Longlands, and Roseleigh (all located in Middlesbrough), Queen’s Lodge Nursing Home in Blackburn, and Lilibet Manor Nursing Home in Rossendale.
Constantia Healthcare chairman Anthony Massouras said: “We are very pleased to have added these two excellent properties to our growing portfolio of care homes.
“As a company based in Yorkshire it was always our intention to acquire homes in the county, but they needed to be the right fit and this is exactly what Linson Court and Manor Croft are.”
Emily Whitehurst, chief operating officer at Constantia Healthcare, added: “We will now be putting the unique Constantia quality stamp on the homes and look forward to working with the residents and their families to ensure the care we provide is of the very highest standard.
“We are constantly looking at ways of further improving the experience for people who live in our care homes, ensuring the care we provide is fully inclusive and enhances quality of life.”