We are delighted to announce that we have strengthened our leadership team with two senior appointments.
Denise Masters, who will be responsible for the welfare of patients at Hunters Moor in Birmingham and Matt Street, who will oversee Park House in Bedford both have a combined experience of 60 years in the healthcare sector.
Qualifying initially as a Radiographer and later as a Registered Mental Health Nurse, Denise has worked as a service manager for women’s services, learning disability and challenging behaviour in both mental health secure services and community residential care within the independent sector.
Denise said: “I am thrilled to be joining an organisation as well-regarded as Christchurch Group. I am passionate about achieving the best outcomes for patients in my care and I was particularly impressed by the commitment shown by Christchurch Group towards providing high quality specialist care, while ensuring patients feel listened to and valued.
“I am looking forward to getting to know my new colleagues and working with them to provide effective neuro rehab.”
Matt is a qualified Physiotherapist working within brain injury rehabilitation. For the last 8 years, Matt has not only maintained his clinical skills but has been part of a very successful senior management team.
He said: “I joined Christchurch Group looking for a new challenge. I was fortunate enough to have the experience necessary to fit in with a dedicated and conscientious team that definitely have the best interest of their patients at heart.”
“The healthcare sector is continually evolving and has been a key part of my career to date, so I’m pleased to be able to continue my affiliation and look forward to building some excellent relationships with patients and organisations in the local community.”
Richard Mckenzie, CEO of Christchurch Group, added: “We’re delighted to welcome Denise and Matt to join our team. They both bring a wealth of knowledge and experience that can do nothing but strengthen our senior leadership team and most importantly, benefit the many patients we support on a daily basis.”