Meet the Glebefields Care Home team
From nurses and carers to chefs and housekeepers, staff in our home are here to deliver high quality care and services to those we support. Check below to meet some of the friendly faces you are likely to see when visiting our home:
Hi, my name is Nisha, and I am the Acting General Manager here at Glebefields. Welcome to our website!
I have worked in the UK since 2011 and completed my masters in Nursing from John Moore’s University, Liverpool.
I have worked as a nurse since 2008 in a clinical practice and teaching nursing students. I am a hard working person and enjoy the challenges of this profession. I am a person who learns and leads by experience. I believe in team work and I am dedicated to our residents and to providing the best personalised care possible.
I enjoy working with the elderly and vulnerable to meet their needs based on individualised expectations. We as a team, aim to be transparent and like to be approachable.
I joined Barchester in 2014 as Registered Nurse and I worked my way up to Unit Manager, Clinical Lead Nurse, and I am now the Deputy Manager.
I am responsible for the nursing of our residents, supporting the clinical team and to ensure that all our residents receive the highest quality care. I closely monitor residents' health and, working with the GP and other multidisciplinary teams, ensure their needs are met in the best way possible for their health and well being.
I work also with our residents’ families to ensure they are involved, supported and informed every step of the way.
Hi, my name is Deana and I have worked as the Administrator since joining Glebefields in September 2012. Prior to joining the team, I was County Office Manager for a large voluntary organisation.
I love working at Glebefields and being part of an amazing team. Our common goal is to ensure that our residents are happy, loved and well cared for. Glebefields has a family feel and we strive to make all visitors, relatives and professionals feel warmly welcomed.
Hello, my name is Emily and I am the Activities Coordinator here at Glebefields. I joined the team in 2016.
I am a very creative individual with a passion for art. I love holding craft clubs with the residents as well as getting everyone moving and dancing at our exercise classes.
It brings me great joy to make moments matter for our residents, and I believe in making the impossible, possible.
After leaving school, I attended catering college in Aberdeen studying an Ordinary National Diploma course in Catering & Hotel Management.
I really enjoy providing a dining experience for our residents and often, after the meal, sit and have a chat with them to get feedback and hear about their day. It is nice to get some new menu ideas.
Our focus is to ensure high quality, nutritious, appetising meals are provided for all our residents, using fresh, seasonal produce when possible. We have many different dietary needs amongst the residents and we endeavour to ensure their nutritional needs are fulfilled, while still providing them with their favourite foods.
I have been the Maintenance Manager here at Glebefields since 2017. It is my responsibility to ensure the environment our residents enjoy is safe and well-kept, completing all health and safety checks and repairs, making sure every little thing is perfect.
The parts of my role I enjoy most are the way the team come together to support each other, and when I spend time with residents to help them personalise their private rooms, putting up pictures and moving furniture, enjoying a cup of tea and a chat.
Hi, my name is Angie, and I have worked here at Glebefields since 2014, and I have been the Head Housekeeper since 2019.
My team and I love to spend time with the residents here at Glebefields. We strive to provide a comfortable clean environment for our residents to enjoy.
My team and I believe it’s the small things that we do day to day that make the biggest difference
I have worked at Glebefields since June 2009. I joined as a registered nurse and was promoted to Unit Manager, specialising in dementia care.
I originally qualified as a General Nurse in 1977 and obtained a major degree as a Nursing Specialist in 1995.
I absolutely love working at Glebefields and take great pride in looking after all our residents and being part of an amazing team.
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