HCML, provider of rehabilitation case management, treatment and occupational health services, has announced three senior promotions as part of its leadership team.
Debbie Downham has been promoted to Director of Group Clinical Governance, Kate Barton becomes Head of Personal Injury Service Development and Steve Barker is now Head of Personal Injury Operations.
As Director of Group Clinical Governance, Debbie Downham is responsible for all aspects of clinical governance and clinical risk management across the HCML Group to support the delivery of high-quality, safe care for all who use the organisation’s services. She has over 36 years of experience as a registered general nurse and has worked with healthcare rm, part of the HCML Group, since 2005.
As a result of growth in the personal injury department, HCML has appointed two new heads of department. Kate Barton, the new Head of Personal Injury Service Development, is a paramedic by background with a degree in pharmacology. Kate has been with HCML for eight years.
Steve Barker has been promoted to Head of Personal Injury Operations. Steve is an occupational therapist by background with over 25 years of clinical and rehabilitation experience. He has managed wards in a wide variety of areas and has been operationally responsible for outpatient service.
“These promotions have been made to lead and support the excellent team of rehabilitation case managers and support staff we have, enabling us to continue to grow, expand and diversify our position and offering in the market,” said Nick Delaney, CEO of HCML. “Our people make HCML what it is, and I know that Debbie, Kate and Steve will continue to do a great job in ensuring that our offering is at the very top of the market when it comes to expertise, knowledge, experience and treatment, to give our clients access to the best care and rehabilitation outcomes possible.”