A new management team has been appointed at New Care’s Ruddington Manor Care Centre in Wilford, Nottingham.
Tracy Johnston and Anne Mirasol have been welcomed as home manager and deputy manager, respectively, at the 66-bed home.
CEO Chris McGoff said: “We are pleased to welcome Tracy and Anne to New Care. We were impressed by their career achievements, their dedicated approach and commitment to providing the highest standards of care. We are confident they will exceed at Ruddington Manor.”
Tracy has worked in the health sector since she was 16 years old, starting off as a carer. She qualified as a nurse in 1999 and has worked for the NHS and privately.
She said: “I admire the ethos and vision of New Care and wanted to be part of the team. Ruddington Manor is a beautiful home and I am committed to delivering excellent, safe care to the residents, as well as working towards achieving outstanding in all domains.
“I also want to lead the team at Ruddington Manor and ensure they are motivated and feel valued, which in turn results in them providing person-centred care, putting the residents first in all that they do.”
Anne, who originates from the Philippines, has worked in the health sector since 2007. She moved to England in 2011 working as a Registered General Nurse (RGN) in a care home before progressing to clinical lead in 2016.
She added: “New Care puts a lot of thought into its approach, ensuring each and every resident receives the highest quality care, which I firmly believe in. They build stunning care facilities which provide exceptional clinical care as well as great food and a variety of activities, creating charming communities.
“They also employ a generous provision of highly qualified staff and excellent training and support is readily available. I am proud to be working alongside such passionate and talented individuals who put the needs of our residents first at all times.”