Christchurch Group, a leading operator of specialist neurological rehabilitation, has recently announced the appointment of Donald Muir as Non-Executive Chairman.
With over 25 years’ experience of managing positive business transformation in the telecoms and technology and healthcare sectors, Donald’s knowledge will be an asset to the organisation.
Notably in healthcare, Donald led the operational transformation of three NHS Trusts, resulting in substantial improvement in performance, care quality and patient satisfaction.
Prior to his appointment at Christchurch Group, Donald was Non-Executive Director of Cambian plc, a leader in the provision of children’s care services and autism schools, delivering improvements in operational performance and quality of care.
Richard Mckenzie, CEO of Christchurch Group, added: “Donald’s experience will be invaluable to our organisation and we are looking forward to working with him to further develop the business and continually improve on the quality of service we are able to provide to our patients.”
Donald added: “I’m excited about joining the Christchurch team. In my role I will be dedicated to supporting the group in succeeding with their vision to be the leader of neurological rehabilitation in the healthcare sector.”
Donald’s focus for the next couple of months will be to work closely with the executive team to enhance capabilities and outputs, with the key focus being on the continued high quality of care delivery and ensuring full occupancy of the facilities.
Christchurch Group was established in 1998 to provide high quality brain injury rehabilitation within a community setting. The organisation has since grown into a leading provider of specialist neurological rehabilitation that offers a range of specialist services across eight centres in York, Lincoln, Birmingham, Northampton, Bedford and Harwell in Oxfordshire.