Saxmundham-based Christies Care makes final of LaingBuisson Awards
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Suffolk-based live-in care specialist Chrsties Care has been named among the finalists in the National LaingBuisson Awards for 2015.
Christies, which won the Customer Care category of this year’s EADT Business Awards, has been nominated in the Best Homecare Provider of the LaingBuisson awards, the winners of which will be announced at a gala dinner ceremony at the London Lancaster Hotel on November 11.
Lin Barnes, director at Christies Care, which is based in Saxmundham, said: “I am extremely proud of the standard of care we provide and this is in large part down to the meticulous, engaging and practical training provided by our training team.
“It’s fantastic to be named as one of the finalists for this award and we will all be keeping everything crossed that we’ve demonstrated our expertise and commitment to our clients, our staff and the community as a whole.”
A spokesperson for awards organiser LaingBuisson, a leading provider of healthcare market data, said: “The levels of quality, expertise, innovation and dedication among the nominees was astounding making it harder than ever to pull together a finalists list for this, LaingBuisson’s special ‘ten years of excellence’ Awards.
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“From our largest ever volume of entries, the fate of these finalists now lays in the hands of our esteemed judges, a pool which includes healthcare consultant, heads of the leading trade bodies, sector journalists and more.”
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