The Mayor of Bolton, councillor Linda Byrne and HC-One chairman Dr Chai Patel were among the guests during a fun day at the Four Season Care Home.
Dr Patel and HC-One regional managing director Liz Whyte presented Kindness in Care awards to members of staff who have gone above and beyond to provide the best care to residents.
Liz Moran, HC-One operations director, said: “The Open Day at Four Seasons was a thoroughly enjoyable event, and I would like to thank the home for their hard work in putting on such a great day. We were particularly delighted to welcome members of the local community and the Mayor, councillor Linda Byrne, to join in with the day’s activities. The team at the home is looking forward to putting on more brilliant events for residents, relatives and guest alike to join in with.”
Suzanne Sholz, Four Seasons Care Home manager, added:“Our Open Day was a huge success! I would like to thank every member of the team who worked hard to organise it, and everyone that attended, especially the Mayor, councillor Linda Byrne, and her consort who I know the residents thoroughly enjoyed speaking to.”
The winners of the Kindness in Care awards were: Suzanne Scholz, Four Seasons home manager, Liz Moran, operations director, Lisa Joy, Kings Park Care Home manager, Jackie Taylor, Kings Park Care Home deputy manager, Sheila Murray, relief manager, Michelle Taylor, Learning & Development facilitator, Scotland, Helen Wilkinson, Learning & Development, Ken Tee, Hospitality, Karen Johnson, clinical quality manager, Paul Tennick, Procurement category manager, Sally O’Driscoll, Medicines & Compliance project lead, Debi Rodgers, Assisted Operations Directory, Denise Bostock, Learning & Development facilitator and Ann Lloyd, consultant nurse, NHS Bolton.