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Beverley Parklands achieves CQC ‘outstanding’ after first inspection

Beverley Parklands achieves CQC ‘outstanding’ after first inspection

East Yorkshire care home achieves top marks one year on from opening
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THE 2017 LEADERS IN CARE CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE CATEGORY IN ASSOCIATION WITH QCS

At Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) we’ve made it our goal to provide our clients with the tools they need to make it easier to do what they do best – care for the people using their service.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: ANDREA SUTCLIFFE, CHIEF INSPECTOR OF ADULT SOCIAL CARE, CQC

Andrea joined in October 2013 when CQC was developing its new and transformational framework for monitoring, inspecting and rating health and social care services in England.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: RACHEL GILBERT, DIRECTOR OF CARE, QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE, CARE UK

Rachel joined Care UK in 2013 as an Operations Director, successfully overseeing the implementation of the company’s ground-breaking partnership with Suffolk County Council – a programme which was this year recognised at the Health Investor Awards as the Public Private Partnership of the Year.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: ALISON LEE, FOUNDER, WOODLANDS & HILL BROW

It’s been a year to remember for Woodlands and Hill Brow owner Alison Lee. One of its three homes, the 40-bed Woodlands care home was rated Outstanding by the CQC shortly after it celebrated the group’s 40th anniversary.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: SANDRA STARK, DIRECTOR OF CARE AND QUALITY, AVERY HEALTHCARE

A registered nurse Sandra has worked in the sector for over 20 years in a variety of senior quality and operational roles. She returned to Avery in 2015 to focus on strategic elements required for business growth, including the development of robust systems and structures, development of innovative programmes to ensure excellent care and service, professional and quality leadership, risk management and continuous improvement, and regulatory compliance.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: KIRSTY BARNES, CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE MANAGER, CLARRIOTS CARE

Kirsty Barnes is an unsung hero and her unquenchable thirst for improvement, enthusiasm for high standards and constant self-reflection is contagious. She has transformed the way Clarriots Care carries out internal inspections. Kirsty takes a fair but comprehensive and demanding approach to ensuring the services that Clarriots Care offers are of the highest possible quality.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: SIMON WHALLEY, OWNER, BIRTLEY HOUSE NURSING HOME

Care is in the blood for Birtley House owner Simon Whalley. Simon’s grandfather started caring for people living with what is now known as dementia in his own home in the 1920s.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: TRACY JOHNSON, DIRECTOR OF QUALITY & COMPLIANCE, HEATHCOTES GROUP

Tracy started her career as a 16-year-old, working shifts with her mum in a service for people with learning difficulties and challenging behaviour. Eighteen years on, having developed a passion for the very highest standards of care, she has just passed her 10th anniversary with Heathcotes, having joined as a Registered Manager.

2017 LEADERS IN CARE: CARE QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE: JULIE RAYNER, CARE QUALITY, GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR, HALLMARK CARE HOMES

Julie has transformed care delivery, monitoring and reporting since joining the Hallmark team in September 2015. She has ensured good quality care through introducing bi-annual mock CQC/CSSIW inspections at each Hallmark care home, providing full feedback and quality ratings to home managers.
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