Meet the Queens Court 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 Shaaron and I am the General Manager here at Queens Court. Welcome to our website!
I joined Barchester Healthcare in 1998. Prior to that, I worked in the NHS, where I developed my passion: the care of older people. After I qualified as an RGN, I continued to develop my career by studying for my BSc in Nursing Studies, my Diploma in Orthopaedics and my MSc in Health Sciences.
The team and I are committed to ensuring that the residents have a good quality of life. This is working with evidence-based practices on projects like nutrition, non-pharmaceutical interventions, life story work, and we advocate the Whole Home Approach Model.
We are proud to have consistently achieved good reports and reviews from those who know us. This is a very happy home and you are very welcome to visit us.
I have been a nurse since 2005. I did my BScN back home in Pakistan in 2005 and MScN in Clinical Nursing at Kings College London in 2015. I joined Queens Court in 2017 as an RGN, and have been recently promoted as Deputy Manager. It has been a great learning experience at Queens Court.
I have been working at Queens Court since 2005. During this period of time, I have faced many challenges and hurdles in order to reach the position I am in today. This wouldn’t have been possible without the incredible team that we have here. I enjoy my job as head of hotel services; it has boosted my confidence and inspires me to achieve more.
I worked in the city for 20 years as an Executive Personal Assistant in the Lloyd’s insurance market, and before joining Barchester, I was working as an Office Manager and Headmaster’s Personal Assistant in a boys’ preparatory school in Wimbledon.
I am really looking forward to being a member of the compassionate and dedicated team at Queens Court Care Home, and to providing a professional and caring service to both the residents and their relatives.
I am most proud of the commitment I devote to any role I undertake, coupled with my high standards and meticulous attention to detail.
I am also incredibly proud of the way my mother has embraced life as a resident at Queens Court Care Home.
I qualified as the first Care Practitioner at Queens Court. I support the nurses and contribute to the provision and monitoring the care of our residents. I am also the Training & Induction champion for the home.
I started to work at Queens Court in summer 2018. I began as a Care Assistant before being promoted to Admin Assistant when I completed my Certificate in Book Keeping. I am passionate about my job!
My name is Kwaku and I am the Music Therapist for Queens Court Care Home. My job requires using music to unlock creativity and stimulate clients to communicate and express themselves where words fail. Through ringing and playing instruments memories are triggered, isolation is reduced and socialisation is promoted. To see the smiles and expression of joy on the faces of the residents is very fulfilling and it makes my role in Queens Court very enjoyable and worthwhile.
Rajindra (Kumar) Sewdatnarine
I have worked for Barchester for over 10 years, where I have gained a wide range of experience in the property services department.
At Queens Court, my responsibilities are to ensure that all statutory requirements are up to date and that safety comes first for everyone in the home.
I have been working for Queens Court since 2003. It has been a wonderful journey for me and, through the many challenges, I remained dedicated and have worked on my development to become the chef I am today.
I did not work alone, as I have an amazing and valuable team who work day in and out to make Queens Court the wonderful home that is today, and I am looking forward to what the coming years have to offer.
Hi, I'm Emilia, the Activities Lead at the home. At Queens Court we have the whole home approach towards activities. We get to know our residents, understand who they are and what the like to do. All staff participate in the social life and this promotes a good quality and variety of activities which promote independence and a purposeful lifestyle.
G. (Joe) Varchione
I am the driver of our minibus and take residents out for drives in the country and to church on Sunday.
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