Complex care provider announces new CEO

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PHill.1COMPLEX care provider Badby Park Group has appointed Paul Hill as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Paul will head up the group’s growing portfolio of specialist complex care facilities, including the multi award-winning Badby Park, Daventry and Adderley Green, Stoke.

The leading edge neurological centres provide rehabilitation, long-term care, respite and palliative care for people with neurological illnesses, acquired brain injuries and spinal injuries.

Paul, 45, has held senior leadership positions in several health and social care organisations over the last 10 years, including Swanton Care and Community, Consensus and the National Fostering Agency.

Most recently he was the Chief Operating Officer at Holmes Care where he was responsible for the day to day operation and commercial performance of the group’s care home portfolio.

Paul said he was delighted to be leading such an ambitious and innovative organisation.

He said: “We have a wonderful opportunity with Badby Park Group to build on the excellent foundations to create a group of facilities which have a reputation for providing the highest quality complex care services.

“We want to be known as real innovators in the sector, a team that is challenging what can be delivered in complex care settings for the benefit of all residents.

“Working alongside leaders in the field of neurological medicine, such as Professor Anthony Ward, our Medical Director, Badby Park will become a byword for leading edge complex care.”

Badby Park Director Tim Street said Paul was the perfect appointment for the growing group.

He said: “Paul brings with him the perfect blend of experience, energy and vision. I have no doubt that under his leadership he will build a strong team united with one purpose, to deliver the highest quality care for our residents – care that is truly transformative.”

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