Meet the Meadow Park Care Home team
Our wonderful team comprises nurses, carers, activities coordinators, chefs, housekeepers and more. These people are here to ensure that residents enjoy their time at the home and are supported to live life to the fullest. Meet some of our staff below:
Hi, my name is Vicky and am the general manager here at Meadow Park. Welcome to our website!
I am proud to say that I have been in the care sector for many years, starting as a care assistant and developing my knowledge and skills to become a deputy manager, before taking on the role of general manager here.
Meadow Park is very special to me, as I have evolved and grown in the various roles, learned a lot about myself personally and I am incredibly proud of the team that works around me—we are a strong team.
I have gained a lot of knowledge and experience about the home and I continue to develop through formal qualifications, learning new things on a daily basis.
I am very passionate about my job and strive on ensuring all of the residents are safe and happy within our home. I will continue to work hard in every aspect of my job role to improve the standards of high quality care within our home.
I have worked in care for many years, and I have my NVQ Level 5 om Health & Social Care. I also have my Level 2 Fitness Instructor award.
I spent 7 and a half years in the Royal Navy. I enjoy working within the care sector, making a difference a promoting independence.
I like to travel, keep fit and enjoy taking part in charity events.
I have worked in Administration for more than 20 years and gained my degree in support services at Northumbria University.
I am a keen gardener, who also enjoys listening to a variety of music ranging from Elvis Presley to the Sex Pistols. I love clothes, shoes and fashion, and enjoy watching horror films.
My favourite destination is Tenerife, where I enjoy family holidays.
Julie started at Meadow Park in 2003 as a Care Assistant and immediately impressed her colleagues with her person-centered approach and dedication to her job role.
Julie has shown some exceptional devotion to all residents at Meadow Park; she goes that extra mile to ensure that activities in the home are fun and even spends her own free time taking residents on trips in the minibus. Always happy to offer assistance, whether it's help with personal care or serving meals, Julie is a very enthusiastic person who constantly inspires others with her outstanding work ethic.
I have worked at Meadow Park since it opened in 1998. Having started as a Kitchen Assistant, I gained my chef’s qualifications in college and was promoted to Head Chef in 2001.
Meadow Park is a lovely place to work and I really enjoy making sure the residents are enjoying their meals and that their nutritional needs are met.
When I’m not at work, I love to spend time with my family, especially my four grandsons, who are always fun to look after.
Hi, my name is Tony and I am the Maintenance Manager here at Meadow Park. I have worked at Meadow Park since 2013, but have been doing building maintenance for 15 years prior to this. My job in the care home is to ensure that residents, staff and the public are in a safe environment.
Outside of work I enjoy cycling, running, playing and watching football.
I have worked for Barchester for over 15 years. Starting at the age of 16 as a domestic and working my way up the ladder to now being a senior carer. I love my job, to which I am dedicated and totally committed.
I have worked for Barchester since 2004. I started as a carer, then went into the kitchen as a kitchen assistant, where I trained as a cook. I have also trained in the domestic and laundry departments. I was nominated at the Barchester Care Awards in 2010.
I love doing fancy dress, I like baking, I enjoy socialising with residents and their families. I have a very outgoing personality; I like meeting new people and helping out wherever I am needed.
I love my job; we are like one big family at Meadow Park.
Hi, my name is Gemma and I am a Senior Carer here at Meadow Park. I have worked at this care home for 12 months, joining the staff as a senior carer. I have worked in care for over 20 years and love every aspect of the role.
Even though I have worked in care for over twenty years, I feel I am still learning every day. Outside of work I like baking and socialising with friends.
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