Surrey-based Trinity Homecare Group has announced the acquisition of Berkeley Home Health.
The acquisition makes the group one of the largest direct private pay home care providers in the South East rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC, HCI has learned.
Berkeley delivers round the clock live-in, visiting and introductory care services across its three brands – Berkeley Home Care, Corinium Care and Fitzrovia – and 10 regionalised branches, to customers all over the country.
Trinity Homecare, part of the Limerston Capital Partners portfolio, told HCI that there will be no interruption to services, as its joint focus remains on providing quality care to people in their own homes.
However, being part of a wider group is expected to offer Trinity the opportunity to further invest in technology and frontline staff.
John Cahill, CEO of Trinity Homecare Group said: “I am delighted that the acquisition of Berkeley Home Health after the acquisition and successful integration of Trinity Homecare in August 2020 puts the group in a unique position in the private pay home care market in the UK.
“We jointly share the strategy and vision of providing care and support where we believe it is safest and best delivered for our valued customers – in their own homes – through investment in our carers and innovative technology. We look forward to working with the Berkeley team to deliver further growth in the coming years together with Limerston Capital.”
Joao Rosa, founding partner at Limerston Capital, said: “The acquisition of Berkeley Home Health is another key milestone in Limerston Capital’s investment in the private pay home care market.
“By combining Trinity Homecare Group’s outstanding regulated home care business with the impressive scope and footprint of Berkeley Home Health, we will create a leading home care platform with national reach. We will continue to support the businesses to deliver outstanding customer service and to grow both organically and through further acquisitions.”