Paul Brockie, Greenock branch manager for Allied Healthcare was named Scottish Care Manager of the year in the recent Scottish Care – Care at Home and Housing Support Care Awards.
At the Gala Dinner, which was held at the Glasgow Marriott, Paul was named Scottish Care Manager of the year for his commitment to improving the quality of care he and his team provide to individuals who want to remain in their own homes.
Nominating him for the awared, John Kirk, care delivery director said “”Paul has worked with Allied Healthcare for more than nine years, and since taking over the management of the Greenock Branch we have seen the quality scores we receive from our customers, and those from the Scottish Care Inspectorate, increase significantly. Paul is an outstanding branch manager and I am delighted that he has been recognised with such a a prestigious award.”
Two other Allied Healthcare employees were also recognised on the night. Nicola Mills who also works for the Greenock branch was runner up in the Supervisor Of The Year Category. Liz Jackson, care delivery trainer for Scotland west was runner up in the Trainer of the Year Category.
John Kirk continued “I am delighted that three of our team from the Scotland West Region have done so well. I am extremely proud that the individual’s and their team’s hard work has been recognised by our National Body.”
Recent research by Allied Healthcare has shown that nine in ten of us want to receive care in our own homes if the need arises. Allied believe that it’s vital that people are able to receive the care they deserve in the home they love, and are working hard to make this a reality.