Meet the The Wingfield 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 Pamela, and I am the acting General Manager here at The Wingfield. Welcome to our website!
I have been a nurse for over 35 years, and have many years’ experience in health and social care, mainly as a home manager.
Prior to working for Barchester, I worked for Healthcare Homes and Care UK as a commissioning manager.
I am a Head of Unit here at Wingfield. I am passionate about the care we provide here and have always felt passionate about working with the elderly. I take pride in the fact that I am a Dementia Friend and therefore I can spread my knowledge to friends, colleagues and those in the community.
I started working for Barchester in 2004 as a senior carer at Wingfield. I worked my way up through the company with all the great programs and training they offer. I worked at a few homes within the company. I then joined back at the Wingfield care team where i consider this home. I am happy being back here where my journey began.
I graduated in 1993 as a general Nurse. I worked in a county hospital Psychiatric ward. I completed my post graduate training in 1997 as a psychiatric nurse. Then obtained a nursing diploma in 2004. We moved to the UK in 2008 where i worked in various care homes around the country as followed my husband for his work. We settled in Wiltshire and I joined Barchester in 2019. I started my role as Unit Manager in February 2020. I am passionate about my role. My residents comfort and well being is always my priority.
Hi, my name is Kei and I’m the Activities Coordinator here at The Wingfield. My role is to provide stimulating and motivational activities for residents. Getting to know those we support and creating tailored activities programmes for them is extremely rewarding. We focus on maximising everyone’s well being, independence and social engagement, as well as providing varied activities to suit all.
Hello, my name is Arnel and I joined the team at The Wingfield in 2004. Originally from the Philippines I enjoy the variety of cooking for our residents and learning about their favourite dishes. At home I still cook traditional Filipino suppers for my family.
The most important thing about our kitchen is how we work together as a team to provide residents with a good dining experience of nutritious and home cooked food.
Hi, my name is Tracey Page, I have been working for Barchester now for 3 years and was the Head of Housekeeping, I was very hands on alongside the maintenance team and enjoyed doing particular tasks, so when I was approached by my manager to be the Head of Maintenance I jumped at the chance. I started my role on the 24th June and I wish to continue to improve the home for the future.
My attention to detail and experience in housekeeping is shared within the team and I enjoy adding the finishing touches to make the home comfortable and welcoming.
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