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 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 completed my nursing degree in 2012. I have worked in European countries since 2017 and in the UK since 2019. I completed my masters in Nursing and Leadership & Management from AIT in Ireland.
I have worked as a registered nurse since 2012. I have also acted as a nurse educator for a large number of nursing students.
Knowing that my care, touch, voice, and time can help someone make it through the night is one of the most rewarding feelings. Sometimes, it's the little things that we do for our residents that make a difference. The nursing profession has opened so many doors for me.
Working with the elderly allows me to learn about life and their experiences. I enjoy their appreciation for being with them and for taking care of them and they seem so grateful. I treat them the same way I would like to be treated and the way I would like my parents to be treated if they ever need care.
I always feel that there are times when I inspire my residents, but more often they inspire me...
I have worked at Glebefields since October 2020, I originally worked here as a night care assistant but recently started my new role as an admin assistant. I’ve got to know our residents well through my care position and now I get to interact with them and their families through my admin position. I am passionate about making our home a safe and happy environment for our residents and staff, I look forward to progressing in my new role.
Hi, my name is Kay and I’m the Activities Lead for all things ‘Life Enrichment’ at Glebefields care home in Drayton, Banbury.
Throughout my career within the care industry, I have thrived o the many challenges presented and developed immense satisfaction through enabling others. As an activities coordinator, I act with integrity and always ensure that I place residents at the heart of what I do. I work collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team to help create and maintain a robust service. I am committed to my personal and professional development which aligns Health and Social Care core values, providing diversity, empowerment, equality and independence for all residents.
Making links with local groups and organisations to ensure our residents remain part of the local community is a key part of my role, if you would like to make contact with me and our residents, please feel free to call me on 01733 246840 or drop me an email Glebefields.email@example.com
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 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.
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