COMPLEX care provider Badby Park Group has appointed Ashley Mancey-Johnson as its new Head of Partnerships and Communication.
Ashley will oversee the group-wide strategy for referral pathways and key relationships with commissioners, and have significant input into the management of new developments for the company.
The Badby Park Group recently acquired The Bridge care centre, a 40-bed state of the art service located in the heart of Middlesbrough.
The multi million-pound deal marked the next stage in the growth of the award-winning group, which also owns Badby Park in Daventry and Adderley Green in Stoke.
Ashley, formerly of The Huntercombe Group and the Priory Group, said he was thrilled to be joining the Company.
He said: “I’m delighted to be joining at such an exciting time for the business.
“My focus will be on building partnerships with those organisations that we can learn from and share our experiences with. Developing these relationships will be key to us growing our reputation as one of the highest quality and most specialised care providers in the UK.”
Badby Park Group CEO Paul Hill said Ashley would play a crucial role in the growth of the business
He said: “Our strategy firmly centres on providing excellence in all aspects of complex care. To deliver on that vision we must be engaged with leading edge organisations who we can partner with. Ashley will be key to the success of this element of the business. We’re delighted to have him on the team.”
The Badby Park Group operates specialist neurological centres providing rehabilitation, long-term care, respite and palliative care for people with neurological illnesses, acquired brain injuries and spinal injuries.