Manorcourt Homecare appoints Managing Director

15th January 2014

Manorcourt Homecare, the homecare services division of the Healthcare Homes group, has appointed Mike Osborne to the position of Managing Director. He joins Manorcourt Homecare having operated at Director level for a major national care operator with direct responsibility for the Care at Home and Learning Disabilities divisions, which delivered a combined 149,000 hours per week of care to its service users.
With over 30 years’ service sector experience including 11 years in Health and Social Care, Mike is a highly experienced and successful business and team director.  His previous roles included National Operations Director of the Community Services Group of Care UK, Group Managing Director at Servoca Health and Operations Director for Allied Healthcare Group.
Commenting on his appointment, Mike Osborne said: “With an increasing population of older people combined with ever-changing health and social care needs, there is a growing emphasis on ensuring that people can access high quality, home-based care services to support their daily needs. Manorcourt Homecare is already delivering over 20,000 hours of care to people in their homes across the eastern region and, as the requirement for domiciliary care continues, I will ensure that the organisation is well placed to scale as demand increases.”
David Bates, chief operating office of the Healthcare Homes group said: “Mike Osborne is a proven leader in the home care sector and we are very pleased to welcome him on board. As the new Managing Director for our domiciliary care business, Mike will be focused on implementing the next stage of Manorcourt Homecare’s growth development plans so more people across East Anglia can benefit from our range of services.  This includes providing integrated care programmes between our home care and residential services.”
Manorcourt Homecare employs over 1,000 staff and specialises in delivering care services for people who wish to remain in an independent home environment for as long as possible.  It provides assistance to service users with personal care routines and can also assist with a simple pop-in service, through to complex care support packages and 24/7 live in care.