New hospital director to lead major investment at Claremont

3rd December 2012

Claremont Hospital's new director is spearheading a multi-million pound investment programme at the leading Sheffield independent hospital.

Andy Davey has been appointed by Aspen Healthcare, which acquired Claremont in January, to lead an ambitious growth strategy at the 44-bed Sandygate Road facility. Aspen, which has already acquired the neighbouring Highbury Convent, has invested in a range of new medical and surgical equipment and is currently planning the upgrade of one of the hospital's theatres. In addition, the Hospital has just been admitted to the AXA PPP network and can now treat all insured and self pay patients. Experienced hospital director Andy, who previously ran Nuffield Health's Leicester Hospital, said: -I am very excited to be here at Claremont, which has such a strong heritage and reputation for quality. -Aspen have a clear vision to provide first-class independent healthcare and be the provider of choice for the local community. Caption: Andy Davey, newly appointed Hospital Director at Claremont Hospital, Sheffield. -The company is committed to a major investment programme in facilities, services and staff at Claremont over the next three years. -The aim is to grow what is already an excellent business and to further develop Claremont Hospital's standing and social responsibility agenda in the community. Aspen owns and operates three other highly regarded private acute hospitals, a cancer centre and clinics in Solihull and Edinburgh.

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