Sussex Health Care appoints Amanda Morgan Taylor as its new Chief Executive Officer, who will be assuming the role officially in the month of January 2018. Amanda Taylor started her career as a nurse for mental health in 1984, and she worked through the ranks until she was selected for high prominent positions such as Service Manager, Quality Development Director, and Managing Director.
For the subsequent years of her professional life, Amanda Morgan Taylor has worked with local public authorities and independent care providers that gave her a comprehensive knowledge of the relationship between the provider and management committee. It also solidified her experience in lending a hand to organizations or companies in building a top-notch standard of care and support which is appropriately suitable in handling relations with outside investors, concentrate on changes compulsory for efficient operation and reassuring the trust and of every party involved within the care management structure.
Amanda’s thirty years of vast experience with private and public health sectors makes her seniority in the health field indisputable as she took the preliminary steps to acquaint herself with the aspects of Sussex Health Care’s services along with the physical features outside and inside the care homes. She likewise initiated discussions with the teams’ senior management for the recruitment and selection of a Director to head the Quality, Compliance, and Service Improvement department.
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Sussex Health Care is a center for health support and care services that started in 1985. The organization has a number of home health facilities that can be located in the Sussex area. It offers care for the elderlies, and specialized care for individuals with distinct needs related to cognitive development and physical complications that affects the performance of daily activities for living.
The Sussex Health Care homes are also uniquely equipped to provide care, recreation and education in the palliative, respite and dementia area. Occupational therapy, as well as physiotherapy, are similarly included in the supportive care services that are offered. At present, it has service facilities in Billingshurst, Grinstead, Henfield, Horsham, Nutley, Purley, Sharpthome and Warnham.
Sussex Health Care was accredited in 2001 with the (HQS) Health Quality Service. Then it achieved the Investors in People standard in 2003, as well as the International Standard ISO9000:2000 for systems quality management. Sussex Health Care is the solitary independent home care provider within the United Kingdom that was awarded the ISO9000:2000 and HQS accreditation for exemplary home health care services.