Meet the Stamford Bridge Beaumont Care Home team
Our staff are what hold the home together. Each one of these team members are dedicated to providing high quality care and services to those we support, and ensuring that residents enjoy all aspects of life at our home. See below to meet some of our friendly faces:
Hi, my name is Lindsey and I am the General Manager here at Stamford Bridge. Welcome to our website!
Thank you for taking the time to look further into what Stamford Bridge Beaumont has to offer to you or your loved one. Here is an opportunity to look at some of our staff team in the home, who all play a vital role in day-to-day life. I have worked for the healthcare sector for approximately 27 years from being a support worker, to registered nurse and working in the NHS and private sector to registered manager in social care and now here at Stamford Bridge Beaumont. I feel honoured and privileged to have the opportunity to spend each day with your loved ones.
I have two grown up children, three grandsons and two cockapoo’s so life is full and busy and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I love my role and what I do and I am lucky to be supported by a fantastic team that demonstrate a nurturing warm and compassionate approach. The homes core objective is to promote a quality ethos centred person centred care, enabling and giving peace of mind to everyone we come into contact with.
I have been working for Barchester since 2015. I qualified as a general nurse in 2004, and have worked as a nurse within the local community and hospitals in the area, and I am passionate about delivering the highest quality of care to those we support. There's never a dull day!
I consider myself to be extremely privileged to work with such wonderful people, full of humour with wonderful stories to tell. I know it’s a cliché, but we are like one big happy family—I love being here!
Jackie has been an integral part of the team, her career at the home spanning over 20 years. She is dedicated to promoting a quality product and has recently changed roles to lead the Ancillary Staff, including Maintenance, Kitchen and Housekeeping, to ensure the environment and hospitality is to the highest possible standard.
Louise always goes the extra mile in pre-empting situations; she keeps regular contact with families and ensures they are always high on her list of priorities.
Louise's attention to detail with residents, staff and relatives, means that she delivers an excellent level of service at all times.
Her contribution to the Memory Lane team inspires everyone who works with her. She has worked incredibly hard to achieve her role as care practitioner, and continues to learn and improve.
In 2016, Louise was named as a Divisional Winner for Memory Lane Champion in the Barchester Care Awards.
Rachael qualified as a nurse in 2006. For the first four and a half years she worked in respiratory for those with high dependency. Rachael then worked in oncology for four years. Before joining Barchester in 2018 Rachael spent four years with a private care provider as a nurse consultant.
Rachael leads her team to deliver the highest standards of nursing care to our residents, promoting independence and enhancing quality of life.
Lorraine and her team ensure all aspects of the administration of the home runs smoothly, from invoicing, ordering, recruitment, setting up contracts, to manning reception; there's never a dull day!
Tim is our Maintenance Manager and he looks after our premises with his team. Tim is from York and has over 35 years of experience in this line of work. He enjoys family life and is married with 2 children. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking for the family and playing golf. Tim is very friendly and fits in well as part of the team.
Angela Lawton and Heidi Gilbert
Angela and Heidi are the Activities Coordinators here at Stamford Bridge.
They are passionate about ensuring that the residents have a stimulating environment to live in and to feel that this is truly their home from home, looking into their past histories and trying to accommodate past interests in the homes varied life enrichment programme and resident centred activities.
Between them they bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the home to support residents with meaningful activities, social stimulation, we can have a positive impact on their well-being of residents living in care setting.
Angela's hobbies are flower arranging and enjoying seasonal crafts and she is always on the lookout for new projects which she can integrate in to daily life here at our home.
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