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HCML appoints David House as Non-Executive Director

HCML appoints David House as Non-Executive Director

HCML, the leading providers of corporate health services, case management, and treatment services, has appointed David House as a Non-Executive Director. David joins the HCML Board and becomes a member of the Remuneration committee and Chair of HCML’s healthcare trust subsidiary.

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Championing HCML’s apprentices – Dereck

Championing HCML’s apprentices – Dereck

This National Apprenticeship Week, we speak to Dereck, an IT Apprentice at HCML. Dereck joined HCML in February 2022, and he discusses with us his experiences and learnings so far! What inspired you to pursue an apprenticeship? I always had an interest in IT and an...

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Championing HCML’s apprentices

Championing HCML’s apprentices

This National Apprenticeship Week, we’re speaking to a couple of our colleagues about their apprenticeships and finding out a bit more about what it’s like to be an apprentice and what opportunities they’ve experienced with HCML. Tatiana joined HCML in April 2023 as...

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Case Manager Profile – Jane Symonds

Case Manager Profile – Jane Symonds

Introducing Jane Symonds, HCML Specialist Rehabilitation Case Manager We are pleased to introduce Jane Symonds, a Specialist Rehabilitation Case Manager at HCML. Jane qualified as a physiotherapist in 2004 and has gained extensive experience in acute, outpatient and...

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Medbelle and HCML announce partnership

Medbelle and HCML announce partnership

Medbelle and injury and rehabilitation specialists HCML have announced a new partnership that will improve the healthcare experience of people who have suffered accidents and injuries. The partnership will benefit HCML’s clients by providing them with a more...

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Question to ask your GP this Menopause Awareness Day 2023

Question to ask your GP this Menopause Awareness Day 2023

In our series this Menopause Awareness Month, we’re asking the questions you may have been wanting to ask your GP. On Menopause Awareness Day, we are looking at the subject of blood tests and how the results can cause confusion when it comes to menopause with our...

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My periods have stopped – am I going through the menopause?

My periods have stopped – am I going through the menopause?

It’s Menopause Awareness Month and we’re tackling the questions you may want to ask your GP about the menopause. In this series, our Group Medical Director and practicing GP Dr Rebecca Brady helps answer some of the questions you might be thinking about asking when it...

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A focus on HCML amputee rehabilitation and case management

A focus on HCML amputee rehabilitation and case management

Instructing a rehabilitation case manager HCML rehabilitation case managers all have clinical backgrounds. The amputee case management team’s professional backgrounds range from physiotherapy, occupational therapy, nursing, sports rehabilitation and neuro specialists....

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HCML makes three senior promotions

HCML makes three senior promotions

HCML, the leading providers of rehabilitation case management, treatment and occupational health services, announces three senior promotions as part of its leadership team. Debbie Downham has been promoted to Director of Group Clinical Governance, Kate Barton becomes...

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HCML joins the Superhero Tri powered by Marvel

HCML joins the Superhero Tri powered by Marvel

This Saturday, an ‘elite’ team from HCML will join forces with some of its wonderful clients, customers and partners to take on the Superhero Tri powered by Marvel at Dorney Lake in Windsor. The team of 11 is taking on the mission to complete the Superhero Tri Full,...

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HCML earns ‘Great Place to Work®’  title for second time

HCML earns ‘Great Place to Work®’ title for second time

HCML, the national leading providers of occupational health, wellbeing and rehabilitation services, has been officially accredited as a Great Place to Work® by the certified™ organisation of the same name for the second year in a row. This is a significant achievement...

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Changing the Perception of Hospices and Respite Care

Changing the Perception of Hospices and Respite Care

What you might not know about the role of the hospice and respite in children’s rehabilitation When we think about hospices, most of us immediately think ‘end of life care’. As a result, many people tend to associate them with sad events and places that primarily deal...

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Proud to be part of the Apposite Capital Family

Proud to be part of the Apposite Capital Family

Apposite Capital is named Private Equity Investor of the Year 2023 We’re delighted that healthcare specialist investor Apposite Capital has been awarded Private Equity Investor of the Year 2023 at the HealthInvestor Awards 2023. The HealthInvestor Awards celebrate...

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The importance of staying hydrated

The importance of staying hydrated

Water accounts for 60% of the human body and performs several essential functions including regulating body temperature, keeping joints lubricated, preventing infections, delivering nutrients to cells and helping to keep organs functioning properly. Staying well...

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Helmet hair better than head injury?

Helmet hair better than head injury?

Helmet hair better than head injury? What do Argentina, Singapore, Cyprus, Australia, and New Zealand all have in common? They all require and enforce universal use of helmets by cyclists, in all environments, at all ages. It is not; however, a legal requirement to...

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We’ve all got Mental Health

We’ve all got Mental Health

We've all got Mental Health In recent years we have seen a seismic shift in the way we talk about mental health. In 2017 the Thriving at Work report set out what employers should be doing to better support employees’ mental health and enable them to remain in work....

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Why hydration is important for healthy brain function

Why hydration is important for healthy brain function

The human brain is approximately 75% water and requires regular intake of water to stay hydrated and functioning. Health professionals often recommend drinking about two litres a water a day, dependent upon personal health circumstances. Water is essential for good...

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HCML appoints Pauline Cunningham as Head of HR

HCML appoints Pauline Cunningham as Head of HR

HCML, one of the UK’s most comprehensive providers of rehabilitation treatment and care management solutions, has appointed experienced HR practitioner Pauline Cunningham as Head of HR. In her new role, Pauline will be responsible for delivering a people plan which...

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HCML Rebrands

We’ve come a long way since our beginning in 2003. Fast forward 20 years and things look a little different for HCML. HCML has experienced significant growth over the past 20 years and with new investment from Apposite Capital and the acquisition of healthcare rm,...

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Selfcare Awareness Week

Selfcare Awareness Week

This week it’s Self Care Week, which focuses on educating people about self care and helping people to practice it. It’s about understanding the importance of prioritising your mental health and wellbeing, and how you can manage this. The Self Care Forum has been...

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HCML’s digital solution speeds up treatment time by 10 days

HCML’s digital solution speeds up treatment time by 10 days

Our first of a kind Digital Rehabilitation pathway speeds up diagnosis and access to physiotherapy through self-help programmes by up to 10 days. With our technological and clinical expertise, HCML developed the first purely digital end-to-end service last year....

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The menopause: risks and treatment

The menopause: risks and treatment By Dr Rebecca Brady, Medical Director, HCML Everyone’s experience of the menopause journey is different. Symptom variation is immense between women, and changes over time in every single individual. So how do we know how or when to...

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