New CEO appointed at MHA Care Group


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

Roger Davies has been appointed chief executive of MHA Care Group, which encompasses the charity Methodist Homes for the Aged and Methodist Homes Housing Association. Mr Davies, business support director at MHA since 1999, has spent much of his career in the charities and public sector. He was previously with Community Integrated Care, a charity for elderly people and people with learning difficulties, and South Manchester NHS Trust and Community Industry, a charity for disadvantaged young people. Of his new role Mr Davies said he was motivated by the desire to make a difference and by MHA¹s mission “to improve the quality of life for older people, inspired by Christian concern”. “It is my intention to ensure that quality remains at the heart of all we do, that service users¹ views continue to be heard and that we expand our services to benefit more older people, particularly those needing higher levels of care such as dementia and nursing care,” Mr Davies said.





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