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Golders Green care home to merge with Jewish Care

Sunridge Court, a Jewish care home in Golders Green, is set to merge with Jewish Care by the end of the month

Sunridge Court
Sunridge Court

A Jewish Golders Green care home will merge with Jewish Care, it has been announced.

Sunridge Court, a home which was established by a group of families from the Liberal and Reform movements, is set to complete the merger later this month.

Bosses at the care home say the merger would see most staff keep their jobs while “retaining its ethos” as a “non-orthodox home from home.”

“By our two organisations joining forces, Sunridge Court will have access to greater resources to provide a higher level and wider spectrum of care now and in the future for the community than we would by remaining separate organisations,” said Linda Stone, chair of Sunridge Court.

Jewish Care is the community’s largest care provider, with nine care homes and two retirement living sites, with a third set to open this month.

Its chairman, Jonathan Zenios, said: “As the community knows well, Jewish Care itself is an amalgamation of many welfare organisations that have come together over the last 30 years. 

We’re delighted to welcome Sunridge Court as the newest member of the Jewish Care family which we hope will increase the breadth of the community we can serve and allow us to achieve more together in the future.”

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