Meet the Hilderstone Hall 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 Elizabeth and I am the General Manager here at Hilderstone Hall. Welcome to our website!
I have a background in community nursing and palliative care. I have been managing care homes since 2009, and I am passionate about the delivery of high quality, person-centered care. I enjoy the being a part of the lives of those we support, and I have learned so much from every care setting I have worked in.
I loved working within a large, structured, supportive company, whose philosophy is so closely matched to mine. I want to continue to develop and maintain an excellent care experience at Hilderstone Hall.
Becky Rowe has worked at Hilderstone Hall since 2000. Becky started as a Care Assistant and has worked her way up to Senior Carer and Head of Memory Lane. Becky has gained her NVQ Level 2 since being at Hilderstone in addition to her Level 4 in Dementia Care.
Lynn has worked at Hilderstone since 2000. She has worked her way up from a Care Assistant to a Senior Carer and she is now the Residential Care Manager. Lynn has gained her NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care, in addition to her Level 4 in Dementia Care, whilst working at Hilderstone. Lynn enjoys close relationships with residents, loved ones and the rest of the team. She is always cheerful and positive and she is a very popular character within the home.
Hi, my name is Gemma and I am the Activities Coordinator here at Hilderstone Hall.
I am 27 years old, when I left college (where I trained for 3 years to be a chef straight from school), I perused my career for 6 years as a cook at Staffordshire police, until I went on to work in mental health, with Autism being a huge part of my career in adults and children. I have always been so passionate about wanting to make people happy in their lives.
I came to Hilderstone in 2017 as a carer, mainly specialising in dementia, memory lane. I finished my NVQ2 in health and social care here also. I have built many fantastic relationships with all our residents over the 18 months, so to have the opportunity as an activities coordinator gives me great hope for my exciting future ahead with the residents here.
My name is Rachel Stubbs and I have over 5 years’ experience working in the care sector. I have worked at Hilderstone Hall since April 2019. I thoroughly enjoy working alongside all the staff members to assist residents and relatives. When I am not at work, I care for my mother-in-law and also help to run our family farm.
Hello, my name is Jake Chadwick and I am the Head Chef here at Hilderstone Hall. I have been with Barchester since 2010 and started as a young Kitchen Assistant and eventually progressed to the role of Head Chef, as I have a passion for food that looks good and tastes great.
I am hoping for many more years in this role and I am always looking to improve on our currently high standards. I work with a small hospitality team who all have a great eye for detail and we recently received a food hygiene rating of 5, which we are all incredibly proud of.
We look forward to your visit.
Ian has been at Hilderstone Hall since June 2017, when he transferred from another Barchester home. Ian has a high standard of workmanship and he deals efficiently with general repairs and maintenance issues, keeping a safe working environment and secure home for residents, staff and visitors.
Natalie, Sue & Jo
Our hospitality team serve up freshly produced, healthy and delicious meals throughout the day.
Tania is passionate about making our home welcoming and inviting. She enjoys making our home sparkle and loves the challenge of her role.
Lesley, Victoria & Wendy
Our housekeeping team takes pride in ensuring that the home is always clean, tidy and smells fresh for residents, visitors and fellow staff members.
Michelle, Steve & Sam
These are the three members of our care team, all of whom have welcoming smiles and personalities. They have a wealth of experience between them.
I started my career as a Teacher in 1966, teaching primary school children aged 7-12. I came to Hilderstone Hall in March 2017 and have got involved with various projects including being spokesperson for our Residents. I went on a Dementia Training course and I am now our Resident Dementia Specialist and work in our Memory Lane community. I have also kept my old job as Elvis!
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