HCML appoints new CEO following private equity investment

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Rehabilitation and case management provider HCML has appointed Nick Delaney as chief executive officer following its recent acquisition by specialist healthcare investor Apposite Capital.

He takes over from HCML’s previous chief executive officer of more than 10 years, Keith Bushnell, who will remain on the board as a non-executive director.

Delaney previously led the team at Ascenti where he was chief executive officer and oversaw significant growth during his seven years of leadership, as well as the opening of more than 400 therapy sites.

More recently, Delaney has provided strategic and non-executive advice to many well-known names within the healthcare industry, including Moving Minds, handl Group, My:Method, UKS Health Group and The Medical.

In his new role, Nick will work with the existing leadership team to support HCML in its next stage of growth across core service areas, including specialist case management and rehabilitation treatment delivery, as well as expanding into new service streams.

Commenting on his appointment, Delaney said: “I am fortunate to be inheriting a strong business with a fantastic reputation for quality and clinical excellence, an enthusiastic and committed management team with a real powerhouse of innovation sitting at its core.”

“I look forward to leading HCML through the next exciting phase of our development and growth whilst continuing to deliver unrivalled clinical excellence, innovation and value to our clients and customers.”

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