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Elysium Healthcare acquires Chalkdown House

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The 20-bed, purpose-built hospital in Swindon will provide neurobehavioural services led by Professor Nick Alderman, clinical director of Elysium’s Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation Services.

Chief executive Joy Chamberlain said: “We are delighted to be further extending our services and we look forward to opening the hospital in the New Year.”

Professor Nick Alderman added: “The Chalkdown House site was purpose built for the neurobehavioural client group and the facilities are outstanding. The site will provide a much needed service.

“In the UK, 1.3 million people live with enduring difficulties as a result of acquired brain injury at a cost of £15bn per annum to the economy, equivalent to 10 per cent of the annual NHS budget.
Chief executive Joy Chamberlain said: “We are delighted to be further extending our services and we look forward to opening the hospital in the New Year.”

Professor Nick Alderman added: “The Chalkdown House site was purpose built for the neurobehavioural client group and the facilities are outstanding. The site will provide a much needed service.

“In the UK, 1.3 million people live with enduring difficulties as a result of acquired brain injury at a cost of £15bn per annum to the economy, equivalent to 10 per cent of the annual NHS budget.

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