Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Elysium Healthcare acquires Ann House and Gregory House from Health & Social Care Partnership
Elysium Healthcare has expanded its learning disability portfolio through the acquisition of Ann House and Gregory House from Health & Social Care Partnership.
Ann House and Gregory House provide unique support packages for men and women with learning disabilities and complex needs.
Joy Chamberlain, Chief Executive Officer said “Ann House and Gregory House provide exceptional care for their service users which fully supports the transforming care agenda. I am really looking forward to working with their dedicated and committed staff team to continue to develop and grow their services.”
Andrew Shelton Murray, Director, Health & Social Care Partnership said “Elysium Healthcare have extensive knowledge and expertise in the provision of services for people with Learning Disabilities and we believe that they are the right partner to take the services to the next level.”
Elysium Healthcare was launched in November 2016 and now has over 50 sites. The group provides learning disability services, neurological services and specialist mental health care through secure services, child and adolescent mental health services, rehabilitation services, acute and intensive care services, private patient and education services across England and Wales. The company is backed by BC Partners.