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Ryman Healthcare has come in first place at the 2023 Reader’s Digest Quality Service Awards.
A survey conducted by Reader’s Digest of 1,620 New Zealanders put Ryman Healthcare at the top, making this its eighth win since 2015.
Ryman was established in 1984 and has become one of the largest listed companies in New Zealand, now running 45 retirement villages across New Zealand and Australia with 6,800 staff. 13,900 residents call Ryman home.
Reader’s Digest also named Ryman as the Most Trust Brand in the aged care and retirement villages sector, for an eighth year.
As healthcare advances - in technology and pharma - people are living longer lives, with the life expectancy of a baby born in 2022 reaching 90 for women and 87 for men. This means retirement villages are in growing demand, something Ryman Healthcare plans to meet.
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