Diana, 58, will have a significant input into shaping the overall strategy for the business, its focus and direction and is responsible for ensuring that the group has the people and the talent to support an exciting period of growth for the company.
At present the Badby Park Group has two complex care facilities but more are in the pipeline for the coming years.
The multi-award winning neurological centres provide rehabilitation, long-term care, respite and palliative care for people with neurological illnesses, acquired brain injuries and spinal injuries.
Diana, formerly of Caring Homes Group and Consensus Support Services, said she was delighted to be joining the Company.
She said: “This is a wonderful opportunity to build on the fantastic reputation Badby Park already has as a leading provider of person-centred complex care services.
“I’m very excited to have joined the Company – I think it offers a great platform for growth and development in so many ways, and for us to improve and enhance the lives of the people we support, their families and friends.
“Complex care is utterly dependent on culture and people, and I am excited to be able to work alongside Paul to build a high quality team.”
Badby Park Group CEO Paul Hill said Diana would bring vital experience and insight to the role.
He said: “I’m delighted that Diana has agreed to join us. She will play a pivotal role in the growth of the group in the coming years.
“I have no doubt that her knowledge and experience will help us build a first class team with a shared vison – to deliver life-changing complex care for all our residents.”