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Care Organisations Merge

The National Care Association (NCA) and Registered Nursing Home Association (RNHA), have worked closely together over the past four years, and have announced that they are formalising this by merging the two organisations


Both were established in the 1980’s and both Boards felt a merger would ensure they represent their collective membership which at 1,100 will make it the largest trade association in the country.


The merged organisation will be called the National Care Association and Ian Turner, Executive Chairman of RNHA and Nadra Ahmed CBE, Executive Chairman of NCA, will continue in their roles and co-chair the new representative body.

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