New NCF chairman will build on what has been achieved


Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

With the election of its new chairman, Community Integrated Care (CIC) chief executive Charles Eggleston, the National Care Forum (NCF) has stepped up its drive to become the leading voice of the not-for-profit care sector. Succeeding founder chairman Len Bamber, Mr Eggleston was elected at the NCF AGM in 26 May. He has a prominent background in the care sector, spanning from his role as a director of Care First (1996) and chief executive of JC Care (2000) to his appointment as chief executive of CIC a leading not-for-profit service provider, in 2002. “It is time to build on the achievements of the last three years,” said Mr Eggleston when his appointment was announced. “With a dynamic committee of care sector influencers and a growing membership, the NCF will become the leading not-for-profit voice in promoting quality alongside the need for change and modernisation, in the care sector. “The Government1s adult social care Green Paper and proposed changes in regulation and inspection provide an ideal basis to





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