Badby Park is a unique nursing care facility set in beautiful parkland, easily accessible from major transport links. Providing rehabilitation, long term care, respite and palliative care for people with neurological illnesses, acquired brain injuries and spinal injuries.
The care services they provide include:
- Alzheimer’s disease care
- Brain injury rehabilitation
- Dementia car
- Early onset dementia car
- Frontal lobe dementia car
- High Dependency Complex Car
- Huntington’s disease care
- Motor Neurone disease care
- Multiple sclerosis care
The award-winning facility in Daventry, Northamptonshire, has called in the pan-European private equity group to help deliver its vision to be a world-class centre of excellence for the treatment of neurological illnesses and disorders.
Patron Capital will support and work with the existing team at Badby Park and will continue with the subsequent development phases that will widen the breadth of services provided at the facility.
Patron will also bring in additional experts as required to help grow and support the business including leading neurological rehabilitation expert, Professor Mike Barnes, who will join as the Chair of the Clinical Governance Committee.
The new board will be chaired by former Four Seasons Health Care and Westminster Healthcare Chief Executive Tony Heywood and will include Tim Street, also formerly a board member of Four Seasons Health Care and Westminster Healthcare and Daniel Kay a senior adviser at Patron Capital with a focus on healthcare investments.
Mr Heywood said he was delighted with the acquisition which adds to Patron’s growing high quality healthcare portfolio.
He said: “We have been incredibly impressed with the facilities and the care ethos at Badby Park and we are focused on continuing the development and the delivery of the highest level of neurological care in the years to come”.
“We will prioritise investment in the company and grow the business by adding new locations and developing our relationships with local stakeholders for the provision of step-up and step-down services.”
A unique feature of Badby Park is its physical environment comprising a state of the art modern purpose built facility offering the highest comfort and attention to detail.
Badby Park won the Pinders Design Award in 2010 and a special mention within the category ‘Healthcare Building of the Year’ by the Health Investor Awards in 2010 as well as the Inspiration and Innovation Award at the United Kingdom’s Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF).
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