Our strategy



The Korian group’s mission is to provide temporary or long-term care and support for those who need assistance due to their age or health.



Tableau des centenairesInventing a society where people live longer is a global challenge. By 2030, elderly people over 65 will account for almost a quarter of the European population.

At the same time, INSEE predicts that by 2027, there will be more than 2 million more dependent elderly people in France, Italy and Germany than there are today. The number of people with cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease will have doubled in 2030. 

It is crucial to find solutions to cope with the strong rise in dependency and chronic diseases.
Technology, medical advances and better training for professionals will help to provide a wider variety of solutions that cater to the needs of each individual. 


Adapted and scalable solutions





The values that underpin our work and expertise were defined with our staff in the countries we work in. Our values determine everything we do, every step of the way along the care journey.

Our Values


These four values are the driving force behind Korian’s commitment for everyone in our Group to act with integrity and ethics. Each day, our duty is to act fairly, consistently, and with integrity, while complying with the regulations that govern our activities in every country of operation. The Charter determines the reaction of all Korian employees whenever they come up against an issue, to ensure that we provide the very best level of service for our residents and patients in alignment with our ethics and integrity.

Everyone at the Group is encouraged to discuss any ethical concerns they may have with their superiors or the Human Resources department. In addition, Korian has chosen to introduce an alert system which can be used by all Group employees to report any behaviour they consider unacceptable or as going against the ethical principles set out in the Charter.