New Care Appoints Chairman

1 November 2016

New Care, one of the fastest growing care home operators in the UK, has appointed Dominic Kay, from Cheshire, as its Chairman. Dominic joins New Care from Barchester, where he was Group Commercial Director.In his role as Chairman, Dominic’s key objectives will include a mixture of sourcing suitable sites for new care facilities, selling sites, corporate governance, ops audit, legal input and relationship management with key customers. Using his expertise and knowledge, he will also assist with certain projects for the McGoff Group, of which New Care is a part.

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Dominic has enjoyed a hugely successful career in the care sector; he was previously the Main Board Director of Four Seasons Health Care for 10 years and one of the founder members of the Restructuring Committee of Southern Cross. He also held a director position at Yates Group, so has plenty of experience in the leisure sector too. Commenting on his appointment, Dominic says: “I am really excited to be Chairman of New Care. The company has big plans in place for the remainder of this year and beyond, so it is good to be an integral part of these. I am also glad to be based back in the North West.” Dominic has been a non-executive director for New Care for two years, so is already very familiar with the company.

He concludes: “Over the course of the last couple of years I have witnessed how fast moving and open to new ideas New Care is as a company. It is wonderful to be involved with such a progressive and innovative business, and I am very much looking forward to an exciting future here.” Chris McGoff, CEO at New Care adds: “Having worked closely with Dominic during the last two years, I am confident that he is absolutely the right man for the Chairman role at New Care. His knowledge and past experience will be of a huge benefit to the company and I am looking forward to further developing our working relationship in the coming years, driving New Care forward and ensuring it becomes the leading care home operator in the UK.” Married with two children, Dominic enjoys playing and coaching hockey. He also spends much of his spare time watching his children play sports.