A qualified nurse, Clare brings many years experience in both clinical and research roles to the position. Clare, who also holds a Masters degree in European Social Policy, has worked on research projects for a number of prestigious organisations including the Royal College of Nursing and the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Clare joins Glen Care from Combat Stress Scotland and previously worked in a Child and Adolescent Mental Health service.
Her focus will be on supporting hospital directors and service managers to maintain high quality care and ensure that all services achieve and exceed the standards demanded by the Care Quality Commission.
Clare said: “Compliance and quality is not an area where anyone in the sector can be complacent. The Care Quality Commission’s inspection regime is more robust than ever and commissioners are more demanding and competition growing.
“Glen Care also has its own ethos and standards, with quality of care and positive outcomes at the heart of everything.
“No-one in the care industry can afford to rest of their laurels. We need to build on the fantastic work being undertaken within the company to ensure that Glen Care leads the way in care quality and best practice. My role will be work with the services to achieve this aim.”