Elysium appoints new Clinical Director of Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation Services


ELYSIUM Healthcare has appointed Professor Nick Alderman as its new Clinical Director of Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation Services.


Prof Alderman is regarded internationally as one of the foremost experts in neurobehavioural rehabilitation.


Formerly with Priory Healthcare, Prof Alderman will now head up Elysium’s rapidly growing neurological services division which has operations across the UK.


Prof Alderman said he was delighted to be joining the Elysium Healthcare team.


He said: “I’m thrilled to be coming on board with Elysium Neurological, a company which has huge ambitions to be the UK’s leading provider of transformational neurological services.


“I will ensure the group is working at the leading edge of neurobehavioural practices to deliver the highest quality outcomes for our patients and residents.”


With a career spanning more than three decades Prof Alderman is acknowledged as a leader in his field.


He has combined successful careers in both clinical and academic psychology, and has a proven track record in treatment innovation, service development, leadership, research and teaching.


He has also held senior posts at the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust and the National Brain Injury Centre (Kemsley Unit) and St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton.


He currently holds a number of academic appointments including Visiting Professor at the University of the West of England and Honorary Professor at Swansea University.


Elysium Healthcare’s CEO Joy Chamberlain said Professor Alderman would be a major asset to the team.


She said: “I am delighted to welcome Professor Alderman to the Elysium Neurological team. Elysium Neurological is determined to deliver the highest quality neurological rehabilitation and care for our residents and to do this we need a broad spectrum of knowledge and clinical expertise to provide these complex and multifaceted treatment and care pathways.


“Professor Alderman is one of the leading Psychologists in the country developing neurobehavioural treatment methods and outcome measures and will complement our ever expanding team of dedicated clinicians who already provide an interdisciplinary treatment pathway.”



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