Early in 2011 Chai Patel took the biggest gamble in his long and successful career as a doctor, an investment banker/entrepreneur and, latterly, as a philanthropist.
He agreed to lead a recovery management team for the rump of the bankrupt Southern Cross care home group consisting of 250 homes, 15,000 staff and 11,000 elderly residents. Within 6 months the new business had been re-launched as HC-One, the UK’s third largest care provider, under a new management team.
The coronavirus crisis has shone a spotlight on the vital role social carers play in our health and care system and in our nation’s ability
Dr Chai Patel at the Knight Frank Healthcare and Property Dinner
The most widely anticipated deal in the care sector has finally happened. HC-One has acquired 122 Bupa Care Homes for £300m. However, it comes with
An investment group that is set to be the biggest care homes owner in Britain has vowed that it will not become the next Southern
Care homes are teetering “on the edge” and a chronic shortage of funding risks “catastrophic failure” within the National Health Service, the businessman expected to