Court Cavendish Limited was re-established in 2007 to deliver operational and financial turnarounds of multi-site Social Care and Health Care organisations. Our team has a deep knowledge and experience of working with Residents & Service Users and their families, Local Authorities, Health Teams, Regulators and Central Government.
In 2018 Court Cavendish completed one of the most significant turnarounds to date in healthcare in the UK when it sold Care Management Group (CMG) to AMP Capital. Court Cavendish is also currently engaged in the turnaround of HC-One, the UK’s largest operator of care homes having been first engaged in 2011 when it saved Southern Cross from collapse – forming the new company HC-One in just over 90 days.
Court Cavendish is led by its Chairman Dr Chai Patel CBE FRCP. Court Cavendish was originally founded by Dr Chai Patel in 1988 and floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1993. It merged with Takare in 1996 to become CareFirst, the UK’s largest care home company at the time. CareFirst was acquired by BUPA in 1998.
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