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Optimo care group acquire WarrenCare Ltd, Merseyside

 

Article date:  24/08/2010

Leading West Midlands law firm Higgs & Sons, has assisted Optimo Care Group to acquire the entire issued share capital of WarrenCare Ltd, the largest provider of homecare and support services in Sefton, Merseyside.

WarrenCare Ltd is a long established homecare provider in the North West, delivering services to around 500 people and employing over 200 highly trained care staff to deliver a wide range of services across a number of locations including Maghull, Formby, Crosby and Sefton.

WarrenCare provides service care for older people, children and families, people with learning disabilities and supported living.

The strategic acquisition firmly establishes Optimo Care Group as a provider of high quality care services in the North West.

Commenting on the acquisition, Richard Walker, Chief Executive of Optimo Care Group said: "This is a great service and we are thrilled that the founders felt we were the right people to take the business forward. The whole team at WarrenCare is passionate about delivering high quality care as are we.  As a business we are expected to provide the highest standard of professionalism, service and customer care and we expect the same from our advisers. Higgs & Sons continues to exceed our expectations in these areas. The legal assistance given by partner Nick Taylor and the team at Higgs & Sons was second to none and we look forward to working with them again as we deliver our plans for expansion and further acquisition."

Nick Taylor, head of Higgs & Sons' corporate department said:"Having specialist expertise and experience in the healthcare and domiciliary care sectors meant we could offer specific advice and a tailored but efficient service to Optimo.  It was a pleasure working with Richard and we look forward to helping him and his team grow the business in the near future."

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