Health & Case Management: Dr Rebecca Brady

Rebecca Brady, Health & Case Management
Dr Rebecca Brady

Croydon-based Health & Case Management (HCML), a rehabilitation and care management provider, has appointed Dr Rebecca Brady as medical director to oversee the clinical care provided through the company’s rehabilitation and treatment services.

This includes providing clinical leadership across the specialist medical divisions and being responsible for quality improvement and upholding clinical governance. She will also be responsible for supporting the wellbeing of HCML’s employees.

Dr Brady is a GP and will continue to practise. She has a broad background in different areas of medicine, initially training in psychiatry before specialising as a GP. She also has a special interest in dermatology and menopause management.

Brady said: “Using my extensive knowledge and experience of the healthcare sector, I look forward to building on the already great reputation that HCML has established and drive new and innovative initiatives that will keep the business moving forward and providing high-quality patient care. I am passionate about taking a holistic approach and no organisation works without its people. Another focus of my work will be around the wellbeing of staff, and I look forward to being able to spearhead initiatives which will retain HCML as an attractive employer that cares about its staff while delivering excellence.”

HCML’s chief executive Nick Delaney said: “Dr Brady’s extensive experience in the NHS will be important in her role as medical director. She has already awarded herself a fantastic reputation in the industry thanks to her patient-centric approach and remains unequivocally focused on getting the best outcomes possible for every single patient. We look forward to working together as we embark on this exciting new period of growth for the business.”

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