Since 2015, Xyla Health and Social Services has delivered over 70 projects to more than 45 Local Authorities and CCGs throughout the UK. Across Health services and Adult’s and Children’s social care services, our fully qualified, experienced workers have completed over 25,000 assessments, identifying over £7m in annualised savings whilst supporting patients, service users and our clients to receive high quality outcomes.
As our business has evolved, so has our brand and we are excited to announce that in 2021 as part of a group-wide rebrand we will now be known as Xyla Health and Social Services. We started as the specialist projects division of Liquid Personnel, later taking the name Quality Assured Projects. We were then acquired by the UK’s largest health and social care staffing provider in 2016, Acacium Group (formerly known as Independent Clinical Services Group). In 2018, we became ICS Assessment Services and since then we have expanded our offering into Continuing Healthcare services.
To further improve people’s lives and communities through expert provision of health and social services.
To be the leading integrated health and social care partner that delivers high quality sustainable long-term solutions that will improve people’s lives.
Quality, Partner Mindset, Effective, and Credible
We don’t compromise on quality, our high-performing teams are committed to exceeding our clients’ expectations for individuals and communities.
We strive to be trusted partners that work closely with our clients to deliver high-quality, effective, agile services to serve and improve their communities.
We are always focused on delivering outcomes in a timely manner that provide value for money that exceeds expectations.
We lead the industry by developing forward-thinking, creative, innovative and complementary solutions, which are bespoke to the needs of our clients
Meet our team
Alex has spent the entirety of his professional life focused on the delivery of public services in criminal justice, immigration, healthcare and now social care. He has a track record of delivering high-quality, innovative services which provide valued outcomes for service-user and commissioners alike.
Head of Children’s Services
Martin has over 30 years’ experience in child protection social work and management roles. As an experienced and knowledgeable senior service manager, Martin has worked across referral and assessment, MASH and child sexual exploitation (CSE) services.
Head of Adult Services
Christine has over 25 years’ operational experience in the adult social care sector. An accomplished senior manager, Christine is experienced in managing local authority statutory social work and integrated health services.
Project Delivery Manager
As a PRINCE2 Practitioner, Kathryn oversees our project co-ordination team, ensuring the highest quality of service is delivered to our clients. Kathryn has a detailed knowledge of Adults and Children’s social care processes and client management systems.
Service Manager – Adults
Elly has over 19 years’ experience in health, social care and advocacy. She was involved in the Department of Health pilot for IMCA services and set up services in 7 local authorities. Elly was MCA/DoLS Lead at Salford City Council for 7 years before joining Xyla Health and Social Services.
During my 5 years with Xyla Health and Social Services I have developed a wealth of experience in the Health and Social Care sector, operational delivery and a strong understanding of the resource required to deliver our projects successfully. The Resourcing team take pride in the quality passion of our individuals and teams whilst ensuring we emulate best practise.
Alex is an experienced relationship manager with an in-depth knowledge of the social work sector. Alex co-ordinates the delivery of social work projects to our clients across the East and West Midlands, the North West of England and Wales.
Lee is a relationship manager for children and adult services. Lee works together with local authorities to organise and deliver social work projects across the South East, South West, London and the North East of England.