Amanda Morgan Taylor has been appointed as the new CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Sussex Health Care. She will be formally joining the organization by January 2018. However, she already began working with the team to familiarize herself all the facets of the home care including the services and all the physical aspects of the homes. Moreover, she commenced collaborating with the senior management team in looking for the appointment of a Director for Quality, Compliance and Service Improvement.
With over thirty years of experience in public health and independent health sectors under her belt, Amanda is a highly esteemed senior head in social and health care. Her preliminary qualification as a mental health nurse way back in 1984 paved the way for her succeeding roles in high levels such as Managing Director, Quality Development Director, and Service Manager.
In the years that followed her career, Amanda has been employed with independent care providers and local authorities. These engagements have given her a solid grasp of committee/board and provider relations as well as a round knowledge in assisting organizations to provide a highly reliable standard of support and care to tackle the trust with stakeholders, rebuild confidence, and focus on the needed changes in operation.
Amanda looks forward to working hand-in-hand with the senior management group, the staff and other management teams in all of the Sussex homes in the ensuing months.
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According to the management of Sussex, the employment of Amanda Taylor is a confirmation of the organization’s commitment to the continuous provision of high standard health care and services to its present and future clientele.
Sussex Health Care Ltd. is a group of homes situated in Sussex that offers elderly care or geriatric care and special adult care for physically incapacitated individuals who likewise have cognitive difficulties. The homes have educational and recreational facilities for the following: dementia, respite, palliative, adult, specialist adult, and respite. Care support services are also available for physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
The high-quality standard care given at Sussex Health Care is primarily due to the exceptional personnel and staff working at the facilities. Hence, the organization provides adequate training and needed education to its employees on a continuous and regular basis. Also, employees are given a majority of the benefits they deserve which includes a mentoring system, paid vacations, discounted accommodations, free bus service, subsidiary meals, pension, etc.
Sussex Health Care started in 1985 and currently has facilities in the following areas: Horsham, Warnham, Purley, Sharpthome, Nutley, Billingshurst, Grinstead, and Henfield.