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Fears raised for Oban care home


EADER Glinn, north Argyll’s only authority-led nursing and care home, is ‘on a list’ for ‘discussions’ in regard to its future.

The news comes as the newly-formed NHS Highland and Argyll and Bute Council Integrated Joint Board for health and social care (IJB) decided to close two identically-run homes on Bute and in Dunoon.

Previous attempts by Argyll and Bute Council to close Eader Glinn were opposed by the community.

According to Argyll and Bute MSP Michael Russell, the recent closures in the south of Argyll held ‘flawed consultations’ and made decisions on stopping services at the homes long before the process had finished.

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