Sussex Healthcare has focused on having a positive trend throughout the years. They ensure that they are not left behind by additional health groups and this also cuts across their employees. Their administration aims at giving their customers quality healthcare and products at affordable rates. Communication plays an essential role in SHC, therefore, providing proper communication and feedback to their employees and clients. Through the trained personnel who are hardworking, residents of the Sussex homes are supported thus impacting a change in their lives.
Lynn Lovett, a manager of the Upper Mead, has worked for 22 years has held some roles. She feels good to have a chance to take care of the people in need thus making them feel comforted. Lynn and her team take the mandate to visit certain establishments to educate people to know more about their services in case they need extra care. Upper Mead offers day trips alongside other activities to the community.
The IT staff also play an essential role in ensuring that all technical aspects needed in homes are working correctly. They look after every electronic gadget and handle the administration of a new user in the residents. This IT personnel are doing a variety of projects in which they strive at improving technology in the Sussex Healthcare locations. Feedback is required by the IT staff from the residents in case of a change or request for their needs to be met without any struggle.
Sussex Healthcare is also conducting recruitments from time to time for nurses and assistants in the care unit. They advertise these posts on various platforms including newspapers and radio. Daniella Pestridge being the new Deputy Manager at Upper Mead feels she has been warmly welcomed regardless of her short time in Sussex Healthcare. SHC has played a vital role in her career from being an activity assistant to her managerial role. SHC grants referral bonuses to their staff if they sign in a new member.
SHC has started initiating activities that will be done across homes providing more support inside and outside homes of the residents. This has already been started at Laurels and Longfield homes thus leading to a significant interaction between the residents.
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