Meet the Wimbledon Beaumont Care Community 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 Gayane and I am the General Manager here at Wimbledon Beaumont. Welcome to our website!
I relocated to the UK and joined the care sector in 2006, previously working as a dentist. Since then, I have specialised in executive and operations management. To date, I have been responsible for managing 14 residential and nursing care homes that provided care to almost 950 residents.
I won the Care Home Frontline Leaders Award at the Great British Care Awards in 2012 and, in my last role, I achieved an 'Outstanding' CQC rating. I look forward to bringing my skills and experience to Wimbledon Beaumont.
I joined this home in September 2018 and my aim is to build a strong, motivated team who will provide outstanding care and support to residents, relatives and friends.
Wimbledon Beaumont is an amazing home with a great atmosphere and I am looking forward to delivering the best care with my team to those we support in a friendly, warm and happy environment.
Please drop in for a coffee, cake and an informal chat to learn more about our beautiful home and discuss various ways we can support your loved ones to enjoy safe and happy life in our care community. Please do not hesitate to contact me on Gayane.Selimyan@barchester.com with any questions you may have.
Having spent 20 plus years working in telecommunications, I have now been in the care industry since 2012. Along with my duties as Administrator, I also cover the HR, finance and payroll for Wimbledon Beaumont. I enjoy getting to know the residents, as well as their friends and family, and knowing that I am making a positive impact on their lives.
Hello my name is Lashea and I am the receptionist at Wimbledon Beaumont. I have worked for Barchester since 2013. I enjoy being front of house as it enable me to create relationships with relatives and visitors. They, as well as our wonderful residents are my first priority.
I joined Wimbledon Beaumont in June 2018 after spending many years in retail. I have a very varied working day, ranging from meeting and greeting visitors to admin duties. We have a happy and positive atmosphere here at Wimbledon Beaumont and I do my best to contribute to that feeling.
My name is Julie and I have been working here at Wimbledon Beaumont for more than 8 years. I was promoted from Housekeeper to Care Assistant then to Activities Coordinator.
I am passionate about my job and love my role as Activities Assistant. I also love gardening and singing; I am creative and create a lot of activities programmes around sensory activities, flower arranging and exercise sessions.
I have been a nurse for 37 years, I have worked in many hospitals and in care homes. I have been with Wimbledon Beaumont for almost a year now and thoroughly enjoy it. I love my job because it allows me to put smiles on the faces on the elderly residents that I take care of.
Augustina Adu Bobi
My Name is Augustina, but everyone calls me Tina. I have been a nurse for 12 years, I joined Wimbledon Beaumont 7 months ago and have enjoyed being part of a highly motivated caring team.
In 2007, I trained to become a nurse in the Philippines. I have been with Barchester since 2011 and I always like to be part of a dynamic team that aims for excellence in all aspects of the service. My objective is to ensure that our service users receive the best care delivered by a wonderful team in a friendly, happy and safe environment.
I have worked at Wimbledon Beaumont since 2005. My passion is catering; I worked my way up from a multi-skilled worker to being qualified in hospitality and gained my NVQ Level 3 in Professional Cookery. I love my job here at Wimbledon Beaumont; I get so much satisfaction from creating new and exciting dishes for residents.
I have been with Barchester since 2011. I enjoy the varied work here at Wimbledon Beaumont, and always take great pride in what I do, going that extra mile to help both residents and fellow colleagues.
We have a very dedicated care team here at Wimbledon Beaumont. Teamwork is crucial when caring for residents, and we are committed to ensuring that they receive the highest standard of support. We recognise that each resident is unique, therefore good communication regarding their care plans is essential.
I have worked at Wimbledon Beaumont since 1999, tending to the garden. I enjoy working here; I am ready to lend a hand when needed, always giving my best. I take great pride in my work and knowing residents and their families enjoy how wonderful the garden looks is always great.
My name is Steve Harper and I joined Barchester Healthcare in October 2018 after a long and successful career in self-employment as a fully qualified electrician. I fitted kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms etc and some basic plumbing and tiling. I really enjoy working alongside and assisting all of the staff in the home. My responsibilities are to ensure that the wellbeing and safety of all residents and staff is paramount, the requirements are up to date in the home and that the home and the equipment within is well presented and well looked after to a high standard”
My name is Juliet Inkoom. I joined Wimbledon Beaumont Care Home in 2015 as a Care Assistant. In 2017 I was promoted to Head of Care. All our Carers and I are committed to ensuring that our residents have a good quality of life.
I am also the Training Champion for Wimbledon Beaumont.
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I’m university graduated with a history degree, and as the Activities Co-Ordinator I am keen on providing good mental stimulus for our residents. In being part of the team I increase the resident’s 1:1 social experience, while focusing on history and a Creative Writing Club at the weekends.
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