Significant appointment to strengthen Bramley Health management team

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Bramley Health has appointed Steve Tree as Human Resources Director. Steve, who is from Croydon, is returning to his roots to take up the senior role at the specialist care provider.

 

Steve, who completed an MBA at Warwick University, brings more than 20 years’ experience as an operational HR Director and as a senior management consultant, running major HR projects.  He has lived and worked outside the UK with HR management responsibility for European and Asia-Pacific regions and offers a deep knowledge and understanding of employee relations, restructuring and change management.    

 

Steve has experience in the healthcare sector and has worked closely with commissioners and CCGs, which will strengthen Bramley Health’s commercial development.

 

Steve Tree said:  “After living and working overseas for many years I am delighted to be back in my own local community in a position where I can directly make a difference to people’s lives.

 

“Although this is a wide-ranging role, I see a key constituent as enhancing the head office functions to better support the care homes and hospitals, in turn enabling them to build on the already high quality care and support for service users.

 

“Bramley Health is a family firm with the ethos and values that this brings. My son is at University working towards becoming a Psychiatrist and he has started to gain valuable experience and insight through working with our fantastic clinical teams.”

 

James Phillips from Bramley Health said:  “The appointment of someone with the experience and credentials of Steve demonstrates Bramley Health’s continued commitment to maintain its high levels of quality care to all service users.

 

“He will play a key role in ensuring that our head office function is fit for purpose for a 21st century specialist care provider.”   

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