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Chase Heys Intermediate Care Service Celebrates 40 Years of Operation!  

We are thrilled to announce that on Thursday, June 20th, 2024, the Chase Heys Intermediate Care Service marked its 40th anniversary with a grand celebration. Operated by Adult Social Care Provider New Directions, Chase Heys has proudly served the community in various capacities over the years, including as a residential care home, a respite service, and a day service, before transitioning to its current role as an Intermediate Care Service. Chase Heys is one of Sefton Council owned adult social care provider New Directions range of care services.


Chase Heys plays an indispensable role in the community by supporting post-operative patients during their initial recovery period after hospital discharge. By providing this critical service, Chase Heys not only helps individuals but also significantly contributes to the healthcare system, alleviating hospital pressure, freeing up much-needed patient beds and enhancing the overall healthcare system within Sefton.


Chase Heys hosted its 40th Birthday bash to commemorate this significant milestone. The event saw many people, both staff and supported individuals from past and present to come together to celebrate the service.


“Chase Heys has come a long way in the past 40 years,” said Service Manager Nicky Maguire. “I’m proud to have played a part in the evolution of service to where we are today, playing a crucial role in post-operative recovery. We are always adapting to meet the needs of our local community. This anniversary is a chance to celebrate the dedication of our staff, who deliver exceptional care and the strength of those we support, who inspire us daily.”


“The team’s 40th birthday is a momentous milestone that allows us to acknowledge and celebrate their professionalism, kindness, empathy, and remarkable achievements.” Said Managing Director of New Directions Mark Fox. “We are proud of the special partnership with Sefton Council and Health colleagues and commissioners; this is an example of a great multidisciplinary team collaboration focused on providing the best care and support to local people.”

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