A Cork-headquartered nursing home provider has announced the appointment of a new CEO.

Henry Burrows has been appointed by Aperee Living as its new group CEO and executive director.

Local publication The Cork reported the appointment of Burrows, who it said has been in the nursing home sector for nearly two decades.


Aperee Living has homes in Cork, as well as Galway, Kerry, Kilkenny and Waterford, with a total of 10 properties and another in the offing.

The Cork reported that Aperee is adding a 100-bed property in Rochestown.

The site will also boast 20 independent-living units, the publication said.

Burrows’ previous roles include positions with Bon Secours Health System, Araglen and Brídhaven Nursing Homes.

The new group CEO was quoted as saying: “I am honoured to have been appointed as Aperee’s group CEO and executive director.

“It is a privilege to be part of an organisation that delivers high quality care to residents.

“I am keen to look at innovative solutions to deliver care to residents into the future as the needs of residents’ change, to develop the most talented professionals into leaders and to improve the communities in which Aperee nursing homes operate.

“I want to strengthen Aperee’s position as an organisation led by a purpose – to make a positive, meaningful impact.

“I will do my best to serve the residents, families, and staff by helping enable our leaders and people to fulfil their passion to make a difference in the care of the older person”.

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