Specialised, person-centred rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Specialist healthcare providers, Elysium Healthcare launch their neurological rehabilitation services.
Elysium Healthcare is a young company with a distinguished heritage: having brought together 10 sites from Partnerships in Care, and 12 sites from the Priory Group following their divestment from the parent company Acadia, a US listed healthcare group. Although initially focusing in mental health the group quickly stepped into the specialist neurological sector acquiring the Badby Group in April 2017 and Stanley House in June 2017.
“Elysium’s goal is to really make a difference to the quality and delivery of care across the whole care pathway."
Recent studies have evidenced the increased need for specialist neurological rehabilitation and care services. Cost benefits of specialist rehabilitation treatment and care have been independently evidenced via a report prepared on behalf of the UK Rehabilitation Outcomes Collaborative (UKROC) steering group.
Joy Chamberlain, Chief Executive Officer said, “Elysium’s goal is to really make a difference to the quality and delivery of care across the whole care pathway. We focus on highly specialised services that are complex to deliver. Our clinical teams lead and innovate to deliver a truly person-centred service where each individual is at the heart of everything”.
Elysium’s commitment to the specialist neurological market is significant. With three operational sites at Badby Park, Northamptonshire, Adderley Green, Staffordshire and most recently acquired Stanley House, Herefordshire, this alone brings the group’s size to over 200 beds. The Bridge, North Yorkshire is due to open in the autumn and further organic growth is planned at Badby Park and Stanley House.
"We focus on highly specialised services that are complex to deliver."
As you look across Elysium’s portfolio, what strikes you is the quality of the buildings. Each one is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, a number of which have won major design awards. Using advanced techniques, the neurological therapy teams design customised programmes for each individual that can be measured using accredited outcome tools. Therapy facilities include fully equipped gyms, accessible kitchens, treatment rooms and a wide range of mobility equipment. The hydrotherapy suite at The Bridge (opening autumn) is an essential component to our rehabilitation programmes and Badby Park has just received planning permission to expand facilities to include a hydrotherapy pool and another large therapeutic suite.
"Elysium is set to become the leading provider of neurological care across England."
Commenting on Elysium’s footprint and development plans, Joy Chamberlain said, “We want to work in partnership with local services to complement what they have and provide the services that are in the greatest need.”
Elysium is set to become the leading provider of neurological care across England. The company may be a new market entrant but the clinical and financial commitment set out by Joy Chamberlain leaves us in no doubt that this company will continue their growth strategy and lead the way in person-centred, complex neurological care.
 National Clinical Audit of Specialist Rehabilitation following Major Injury October 2016 commissioned by Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership https://www.kcl.ac.uk/lsm/research/divisions/cicelysaunders/about/rehabilitation/National-Clinical-Audit-.aspx
Elysium Neurological provides specialist rehabilitation and care for people with neurological illnesses, acquired brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. Joy Chamberlain, Elysium's CEO, comments “We want to work in partnership with local services to complement what they have and provide the services that are in the greatest need.” Elysium is set to become the leading provider of neurological care across England. Elysium Neurological will continue their growth strategy and lead the way in person centred complex neurological care. For more information call Rachael Chamberlain on 07387 108625.