Shafik Sachedina, a chairman for Sussex Healthcare recently announced with his chairman partner Shariz Boghani that a new state of the art gym for the elderly and disabled was built. It is located in West Sussex which is close to Horsham. This where one of the 20 facilities is located that is part of healthcare network.
Shafik Sachedina brings his healthcare expertise to the table when it came to creating the largest facility for the elderly and disabled. His experience in dentistry allowed him to have a knowledge of how patients should be treated when seeking healthcare while his co-partner brought his hotel expertise on how to house them. So it is no surprise that the dynamic duo was able to build this gym by putting their heads together once again. This gym comes with free weights, underwater treadmills, stationary bicycles, and new elliptical machines. There is other equipment that comes in this gym as well. If there are elderly and disabled people who are at home receiving care, they are welcome to use this facility as well.
The whole purpose of this new gym is to get people moving and improve the health. It also helps them to be social. They can interact with each other and staff which helps engage their minds. Having an active elderly patient that suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s can slow the disease down so that they can continue to retain some of their memory. Shafik Sachedina also hired experts in certain fields that include, respiratory, neurological, and musculoskeletal therapy. Each resident has an exercise plan that is geared towards helping them with their movements. With the gym always staffed, anytime any of the residents want to exercise, they are welcomed to do so.
Another plus is that Shafik Sachedina thought of in the new gym was the hydrotherapy. This is for the patients who want to relax their sore muscles in the hot tub after exercising. Sussex Healthcare takes pride in helping people who need reliable care in the area of improving their mobility and having this gym is the best idea.
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Anthony Petrello traces his roots back to an Italian neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey. He was born to working-class parents but was an exceptional student. Today, he is an exceptional executive and corporate tactician, a philanthropist and a father. He mastered differential calculus at an early age and was accepted to Yale University on full scholarship. In his early college days, Anthony Petrello worked with Serge Lang to advance human understanding of number theory. He graduated from Yale with a bachelor’s degree and master’s Yale and went on to achieve a J.D. from Harvard Law School.
When he graduated, he quickly found work at a law firm, Baker & McKenzie. He worked his way up and quickly found himself in the position of Managing Partner, which he held until 1991. There he focused on on international arbitration, taxation and general corporate law. In 1991, one of Baker & McKenzie’s clients, Nabors Industries, hired Petrello as its president and Chief Operating Officer. He worked his way up to Deputy Chairman in 2003 and tool the role of Chief Executive Officer in 2011.
He is known for his long-term strategic plans and is credited with bringing Nabors Industries into the modern era. He has also masterminded the selection and purchase of some of the company’s biggest acquisitions. When Nabors Industries makes sales, Petrello makes money. His contract states that 80 percent of his salary is based on corporate receipts. But Petrello does far more than collect a huge paycheck. Helping the community is a huge part of the corporate culture at Nabors Industries. After Hurricane Harvey, Tony Petrello offered matching contributions to his company’s employees toward the hurricane relief efforts. He raised over $170,000.
Child neurological disorders are an issue that sits close to the heart with the Petrellos. When Carena, the Petrello’s daughter, was born premature, she was quickly diagnosed with periventricular leukomalacia. As she grew, she developed cerebral palsy. Tony and Cynthia wanted a cure. The Petrellos quickly discovered how much scientists have yet to learn about cerebral palsy. They made a $7 million donation to help fund the Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children’s Hospital. The hospital’s invited Tony to join the Board of Trustees and assist in fundraising efforts.
Despite humble beginnings, Anthony Petrello overcame many obstacles through intelligence and a passion to do good.
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