Amanda Jones has been appointed quality assurance manager at leading dementia and nursing care home provider, Church Farm Care.
Registered nurse Amanda brings with her 37 years of experience working for the NHS in a variety of roles including district nurse, continuing healthcare assessor and quality monitoring officer.
Amanda said: “I’m really pleased to be joining the team at Church Farm Care in this important role. The company has a strong ethos around care delivery and support and I was impressed by the personal approach of the owner and the head of operations.
“Church Farm Care has an excellent reputation for providing active living and dignity for its residents and I’m proud to be part of that approach and to be able to make a difference to the quality of life experiences.”
Nottinghamshire-based Church Farm Care, which has four care homes across the county in West Bridgford, Radcliffe-on-Trent and Cotgrave, has appointed Amanda to work alongside the directors, central team and home managers to examine the quality of care and the quality of life experiences of Church Farm Care’s residents, through the development, maintenance and scrutiny of robust quality assurance systems and processes.
In her new role, Amanda will be part of the central team based at Church Farm Care’s head office in Cotgrave and will be working closely with the management in all four care homes.
Helen Walton, head of operations at Church Farm Care, said: “Amanda not only brings with her a wealth of experience, but is also extremely passionate about what she does, she is a real asset to the team.
“At Church Farm Care, we work hard to ensure that our residents are receiving the highest quality of care and that they feel at home, safe and secure and Amanda’s role will ensure that we continue to offer that level of service and care.”