Essential reading for the healthcare business
 
 
Remember me:
Skip Navigation LinksHealthInvestor article
Management shakeup at equipment firm Asteral

Medical equipment provider Asteral has seen both its managing director and a director leave the company in the past few days.

Managing director David Rolfe and director John Muolo have left the company and their positions will be filled by Mike Dix and Sean Williams respectively.

Dix will move from Asteral’s parent company, Brook Henderson Group, to take on the position of managing director while Sean Williams, also at the parent company, will take on the role of business development director.

A spokesman for the company said: “Brook Henderson Group wants to move the organisation forward by continuing growth and maintaining Asteral’s extremely high quality of service. The new appointments bring significantly greater business experience to ensure Asteral achieves those objectives.”

Asteral has recently taken part in a massive equipment upgrade as a part of its managed equipment services agreement with University Hospitals Leicester.

 

Posted on: 06/10/2009

Latest news stories

17/01/2020
A real estate fund advised by Elevation Advisors, Elevation Healthcare Properties (EHP), has acquired the freehold interest of six care homes operated by Tanglewood Care Homes.
17/01/2020
Two hospitals due to be built by defunct engineering giant Carillion won’t be completed for several years, according to an official report released by the National Audit Office.
17/01/2020
KIMS Hospital has acquired Sevenoaks Medical Centre in Kent.
17/01/2020
The Royal College of Nursing has suspended its strike action in Northern Ireland after receiving a detailed framework on pay parity and safe staffing from health minister, Robin Swann.
16/01/2020
Health secretary Matt Hancock says the four-hour waiting targets for A&E is likely to be scrapped for the NHS in England, after the institution’s worst-ever figures were recorded this winter.


Civica


HealthInvestor blog
It’s almost upon us: the most significant general election for generations, according to the historians and political pundits, the result of which will define the UK’s role on the world stage for decades to come...

Click here to view the HealthInvestor blog


‘Jefferies healthcare temperature check’ report, released on 20 November, indicated that leaders in the private healthcare sector remain relatively positive for 2020. Jenna Lomax explains that more investor activity is expected next year but Brexit uncertainty still casts its cloud
HealthInvestor UK’s editorial team bring you the highlights from the 2019 Summit
Kathy Oxtoby examines the trends and opportunities available in the UK dentistry market and talks to some of the key players
The NHS is facing unprecedented challenges, while some independent specialist hospitals are under severe scrutiny. Jenna Lomax delves into this year’s ‘State of care’ report from the Care Quality Commission which explains why some sectors are facing “unacceptable challenges”
Jenna Lomax reflects on 2019

Click here to search all feature articles



Digital primary care

Earlier this year, the UK digital primary care market felt full of potential for investors but who are the players and what are the products that stand out now that the dust has settled? Kathy Oxtoby investigates
Read more


Christie + Co

my images



Domiciliary Care
Rob Munro talks to the head of one of the country's leading domiciliary care providers about challenges and opportunities in a sector where many companies have foundered
Read more