An Exceptional Bunch of Care & Nursing Staff
We look after our staff so that they feel supported, contented and satisfied. Because when our staff feel this way, our clients/patients do too
Joining Verity Healthcare
Changing career or transferring to a new company needn’t be daunting. We asked some our valued team of carers to tell us about their experiences and what they think makes a successful live in carer. We hope they inspire you to join us too. Here are some of their stories.
High skilled and dedicated teamVerity Healthcare care office staff consist of highly skilled and dedicated team of directors, registered managers, nurses and outstanding office and out of hours duty staff who support our customers and staff to provide the very best of care for our clients. The large team of our wonderful and passionate incredible Care Assistants are delivering exceptional high quality care to clients in their own homes all year round. We value of staff and commend them highly.
Director of Operations:
Sharon has 22 years’ experience in the care industry as a Senior Operations officer and many other senior management roles such as Branch Manager and Registered Manger both in the care homes and community. Sharon holds a BSc (Hons) in Human Resources Management and MA in Leadership and Management in Healthcare. She is very passionate about the welfare and well being of people, both staff and clients. As the Director of Operations, she has full responsibility and accountability for community based health services Overseeing the management of staff in all services. The Director of Operations has the responsibility for ensuring delivery of supervisions, appraisals and objectives in achieving targets reflect the strategic and business plans.
Sharon says that “working at Verity Healthcare frees me to be innovative but with care and so we’re able to help people better. I am able to support staff better. I am able to put all that I have learnt over the past years into practice. My joy is the massive improvements we make to the lives of people”.
Director of Care & Nursing:
Tracy has worked as registered paediatric nurse for 18 years. She hold a BSc in Nursing and Masters degree in Public Health. She is responsible for the effective leadership and management of the nursing and care services in all settings to ensure the efficient utilization of human, physical, and financial resources to meet and exceed the quality care standards approved for the service. As the Director of Care and Nursing, Tracy is responsible for the coordination and scheduling of care and nursing activities in compliance with applicable legislation and the maintenance of an atmosphere conducive to achieving the optimal health and welfare of the service users and staff. The Director of Care and Nursing line manages the Registered Care Manager and the Lead Nurse –
Having worked in the Public Sector all my life, I wasn’t sure of what to expect but I have enjoyed every moment of working at Verity Healthcare. The working environment is stimulating and family-orientated with a common goal of providing the best possible nursing care to all people. Improving the health and wellbeing of people is my passion and having this role has enabled me to pursue my passion.
Paediatric Nurse Lead
Maria trained in New York, USA as a paediatric nurse. She retrained when she migrated to the UK. Maria has 14 years experience as a Paediatric Nurse in the UK and she worked at Great Ormond Street for 6 years, meeting the needs of children with very complex medical and health needs. As, the Leader for the Paediatric Nursing department at Verity Healthcare, Maria is accountable for the highest standard of care being provided for all children in our care by conducting risks and needs assessment and ensuring the development and maintenance of appropriate care plans, effective supervision of the performance of nursing staff/care staff, provision of the required equipment and supplies and appropriate staffing pattern, nursing services, policies and procedures.
What makes me happy at Verity Healthcare is that we are like one big family. In fact working at Verity Healthcare is even more than a family because everyone is so helpful. No negativity. Everyone is positive. Even in the difficult times, we all try to help each other. I felt motivated because I can see for myself the impact we’re making on children’s lives. This is what it means to say that we’re a company that really cares for the people.
Adult Nurse Lead
Sandra has 11 years’ experience of working in various hospitals in the USA and in the UK. She has won several nursing awards. As a leader for the Adult Nursing department, Sandra and her team are accountable for the highest standard of care being provided to all adults and young people in our care by conducting risks and needs assessment and ensuring the development and maintenance of appropriate care plans, effective supervision of the performance of nursing staff/care staff, provision of the required equipment and supplies and appropriate staffing pattern, nursing services, policies and procedures. She is responsible for coordinating the hiring, orientation, continuing professional development, training, education, supervision, regular performance evaluation and if necessary termination of nursing staff/care staff.
“Since I joined Verity Healthcare, I have had the space to blossom. To say that I enjoy working for Verity Healthcare is an understatement. I have the encouragement to introduce and implement innovative and evidence-based ideas to make positive difference to the lives of clients. What we have achieved in a year for our clients would have taken us more than 10 years to achieve elsewhere”
As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, Tom Bradley who is the Branch Manager has responsibility to lead and manage a team of staff to provide high quality homecare services that support the rights of service users to live independently and as they choose. Tom has 21 years experience of working in the care industry and has great experience of ensuring that care companies comply with Health and Safety Act and Regulations, Care Standards Act and Regulations, General Social Care Council Codes of Practice, any other legal or contractual obligations and Verity Healthcare policies and procedures and inspection processes as laid down by the Care Quality Commission.
“Verity Healthcare makes very positive difference not only in the lives of people who need our services but also the people [staff] who offer the services. When I joined Verity Healthcare I was made feel part of the team from say one. I was supported to improve on my English Language abilities. I was enrolled on training and achieved Level 2 in HSC and later Level 3. I grew so quickly that I was surprised of what has happened to me. I am very appreciative more importantly to find a company that is fully committed to providing high quality care that is flexible and person centered and promotes the choice, privacy, dignity and independence of the people we look after. This is indeed, a dream come true – exactly what wanted to do in life!”.
Associate Registered Nurse Lead (Paediatric)
Stephanie trained as a registered peadiatric nurse and worked in hospitals and hospice for 8 years before joining Verity Healthcare as an Associate Registered Nurse. Stephanie deputises in the absence of the Paediatric Nurse Lead and act as a source of advice to ensure smooth organisation so patients and their relatives receive a high standard of prescribed care. She takes responsibility for the assessment of care and staff capacity needs as well as the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care for effective discharge and care planning and healthcare delivery for each patient.
‘It seems that I can say that I have arrived at the place that I can pursue my career without worrying about whether, I can achieve my professional goals. I am very very happy to have joined a bunch of healthcare professionals who are professional in every sense of the work. Th owners have created a thriving atmosphere where people are supported and this has resulted in stability, commitment and the spirit of togetherness. Everyone is respected and acknowledged and this is reflected in people offering 120% in everything they do.
Dilanee is a trained Paediatric Nurse. After several years of practicing she took keen interest in training other health professional. She worked as a Care Manager training other staff. She holds a number of qualification in as an Assessor and Internal Verifier. As a Training Manager, Dilanee has the responsibility to manage the learning and professional development of the Company’s workforce, to ensure that staff gain and develop the skills and experiences required to carry out their jobs effectively and to a high standard to ensure the safety and quality of the business. With her support, a Centre of Excellence has been established and recognized by Royal College of Nursing, National Skills Academy and Skills for Care.
‘I am highly elated to have had this chance of to lead the Training Centre at Verity Healthcare. Our Centre is one of the few that has been awarded the Centre of Educational Excellence. All the achievements are done to how we’re empowered to think outside the box. Working a Verity Healthcare is the most wonderful experience I have ever had in my life.
Yordanka has the key responsibility of the Care Coordinator is to develop and supervise a team of care workers to provide care that is safe, effective and responsive to needs and preference of service user so that each service user lives their life the way that they choose. She supports a team of care workers to respect service users’ choices and promote their dignity and privacy at all times. As the Care Coordinator, Yordanka works with the Senior leaders to recruit, supervise and grow a team of healthcare staff who are effectively deployed for an effective and efficient home care service within a defined geographic region. She partners effectively with other professionals involved in the service users’ to deliver high quality homecare services.
“I am a hands-on person and I’m really happy to have the opportunity to work with vulnerable people and make a positive difference to their live. I like to work with the care staff who are doing incredible job. My role at Verity Healthcare, is very interesting and provides me with the opportunity to help people to live an independent and dignified life.”
Nicola is the Administrative Assistant for reports to the Office Manager and is responsible for providing administrative and clerical services in an effective and efficient manner to ensure that the organization’s day-to-day operations are well-organized and achieve expected outcomes. The role of the Administrative Assistant/Receptionist is to ensure efficient and timely operations of the office; fulfills receptionist duties and respond promptly to daily administrative requests from designated Management personnel to enhance the work of the organization. The position strikes a balance between clerical/administrative excellence and the ability to act with diplomacy, tact, and ethics in a healthcare setting.
Joining Verity Healthcare is a prospect that you will relish. You will be joining a family of staff who share diverse abilities and skills for your personal and professional growth.
We’re committed to excellence and to deliver essential homecare services to our clients as the first choice
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