A partnership between Care UK and Suffolk County Council (SCC) is beginning to bear fruit with two of its 10 homes now having been rated Outstanding by the CQC.
Mercia Grange in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands has become the third care home to be opened by Care UK this year.
Since joining Care UK four years ago, Jon has revolutionised mealtimes in homes across the country, turning the concept of Dignity in Dining into a reality for all, whatever their support or nutritional needs.
Richard has been responsible for delivering what is widely recognised as the largest new build programme in the care home sector over the past five years. He leads the team that has opened 36 new homes creating 2,670 new care home places since 2013, and is on track to deliver a further 19 new homes by the end of 2020. Once opened, these homes will add an extra 1,300 places to Care UK’s 7,400 strong inventory.
Rachel is a registered nurse with over 30 years’ experience in the care sector. Since taking up her current post in 2016, Rachel has been a key player in Care UK’s journey to hold the top ranking for quality in a league table of CQC ratings for the five largest care home providers in England.
Saad Baig may be only 26, but he is already Care UK’s youngest home manager and aims to be the company’s youngest regional director before he is 32. From his first experience at the age of 15, caring for his father, to his current position as manager of The Burroughs, he knows that care is where his heart lies.
In 2016 Dora was appointed team leader at Care UK’s new Skylark House. Within eight ard work and commitment to developing the home and its team saw the home manager recommend her as interim manager.
In the five years that Andrew has been leading Care UK’s residential care services the provider has gone from strength to strength in terms of quality of care, investment in new homes and size and stability of its workforce.