From BBC Scotland today:
A nursing home in Glasgow is set to lose its licence after failing to make improvements in how it looks after residents.
The Care Inspectorate had identified “serious and significant concerns” about the quality of care at Rowandale Nursing Home in Pollokshields.
The home was issued with a warning following unannounced inspections in July and August.
However, a follow-up visit showed none of the required improvements were made.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-58306346
As with almost all MSM reporting of care home incidents, the private sector nature of these homes is not mentioned. We have to search the Care Inspectorate report to find that the owners are Forth Care Limited and that infection control was still ‘weak‘ even on the second visit:
To find the owners, we have to go to Companies House:
There, we find that four of the five directors resigned between 2013 and 2020, leaving only Azeem Khan Rahat.
Rahat has eight directorships including West George College in Glasgow, described in the Herald in 2008, as ‘a college of empty rooms and a tiny library…..offering degree-level programmes which they had not been accredited for.’
In the public interest, do you think?