Natasha has worked at Nazareth Lodge for 12 years and has risen through the ranks from Care Assistant to Registered Manager. Natasha is committed to continue to provide excellent customer service within the home understanding the need to respond to any issues promptly. She makes sure she knows the residents and their families as well as she can and is always going the extra mile to make sure everyone is happy with the service we provide here. She is actively involved in ensuring the home retains its Outstanding CQC rating.
Ali has worked here just over 5 years, she has worked a variety of shifts and has now been promoted to lead senior, supporting the other staff in the running of the floors and ensuring the standard of care remains high and the residents are at the centre of what we do.
Hannah has taken over from Sue role, as care administrator. She is a whizz on the computer and is enjoying developing the care plans. She has been here 2.5 years and is a carer on the twilight shift.
Kerry has been here five years but has previous experience in the care setting. She has developed a good relationship with the residents and likes to engage the residents in a singalong and dance.
Justin has recently started working at the home but has proven himself very quickly. He has previous senior and managerial experience and is committed to maintaining the high standards of the home.
Amy has been here 5 years and is the humour of the home. Amy is a jolly bubbly character and is committed to ensuring the residents are supported in their everyday living with a bright smile and a caring heart.
Suzie is an expert in nutrition and is responsible for not only managing our menus to meet each residents' specific dietary needs but also for ensuring that all our produce is sourced locally wherever possible and comes from the best quality suppliers.
Her flair for producing a varied menu ensures that there is always something delicious for our residents to eat or drink and that all visitors are catered for too.
Nazareth Lodge Puppy
Lucky's job is simple - to make our residents and staff smile every day. This is a role that he performs expertly!
At Nazareth Lodge, we believe that having animals around the home on a daily basis actually helps our residents feel more at home. Having pets can help reduce blood pressure and improve overall cardiovascular health. It can also release endorphins that produce a calming effect that can help reduce stress and pain and improve cognitive performance.
Mr Hult is committed to continuous improvement in all aspects of the home, with a focus on minimising time spent on paperwork so that residents benefit from an increased level of hands-on care and focus.