Elysium makes three acquisitions

Elysium Healthcare has acquired a mental health hospital and two learning disability services, bringing its portfolio to more than 50 sites.

The Limes Hospital in Nottinghamshire, which has 18-beds and includes a six-bed male step-down service, was bought from Cambian Adult Services (CAS) Behavioural Health following the CMA’s order that it divest of one of its sites to allow the merger of Cygnet and CAS.

Ann House and Gregory House, both learning disability services in Cumbria, were acquired from Health & Social Care Partnership for an undisclosed sum.

Elysium CEO Joy Chamberlain said: ‘The Limes is an important acquisition for Elysium. Not only does it provide much needed rehabilitation for its service users but it has also strategically enhanced our network of services in the east of the country.’

Commenting on the acquisition of Ann House and Gregory House, she added: ‘Ann House and Gregory House provide exceptional care for their service users which fully supports the transforming care agenda. I am really looking forward to working with their dedicated and committed staff team to continue to develop and grow their