Sussex Healthcare – Senior Living Home

Sussex healthcare was established in 1985 at Warnham in United has centres in Horsham, Henfield, Billingshurst, Warnham, Purley, East Grinstead, Sharpthorn and Nutley.

Sussex healthcare is a care home that has provided patient-centred services over the past 25 years. It is an award-winning organization with Amanda Morgan as the Chief Executive Officer. Amanda joined the organization in January this year. She is well known for her experience of over 30 years’ experience in social care and health having worked in both independent and public health facilities. She acquired eligibility as a nurse in mental health in 1984, and she has since charged with headship roles from managing director, director of quality development and service management.

Sussex Healthcare offers a range of services ranging from neurological care, care for aged persons, care for people with learning disabilities and dementia care. They have unique amenities for those who have brain damage or neurological glitches requiring support, direct doctor-patient contact and well-trained staff to cater for those patients who need dementia care. They have trained personnel, specialized equipment’s and facilities that provide for an extensive variety of disabilities and essentials.

Older people are given the best care at Sussex healthcare. They provide meals which are skillfully made using native and fresh ingredients, housing and also individual concentrated care in the hospitable, inviting environment. 24 hours care is given to patients who require particular attention by the highly skilled nurses, and superior facilities are provided to individuals with dementia. Reflexology, physiotherapy and occupational therapy are also offered for aged patients who need them.

Sussex healthcare has a couple of jobs available. A payroll leader is required at east Sussex healthcare following the retirement of this post holder at NHS trust. He will be charged with a responsibility of processing payments to about 950 staff paid weekly and 7300 teams paid weekly by use of electronic staff recording. They are also in need of a head of service in mental health who will be required to undertake AMPH, emergency services and substance misuses. A housing support assistant is also needed who should be able to give advice and providing housing options to the homeless. If you are a registered nurse with at least two years’ experience, willing to work full time, with excellent communication skills and you, need a job as the manager at a care home then visit the Sussex website to apply.

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