Fifteen members of staff at Park House nursing home in Peterborough have been thanked and recognised for their long service to the home. The group have accrued a staggering 222 years’ service at the home between them, carrying out a range of roles to care for the residents.
The home is part of the Healthcare Homes Group and on Tuesday 13th June, the group’s Chief Executive Officer Gordon Cochrane, along with Chief Operating Officer Helen Gidlow and Regional Manager George Catanescu, visited the home to present the staff with certificates and gifts.
The staff recognised yesterday have served between 10 and 25 years at Park House, in roles such as registered nurse, healthcare assistant and domestic assistant.
Chief Executive Officer Gordon Cochrane said, “It was an absolute pleasure to visit Park House yesterday to meet the team and to give our thanks and recognition to these staff members who have shown such dedication to the home.
“As a group, it is so important for us to have staff who are happy in their roles, and we are very proud of the high number of people who have been with us for ten years or more. I am delighted that these members of the Park House team have remained with us for so long and would like to personally thank them for their continued hard work and professionalism.”
The staff members recognised were:
Susie Faux – Registered Nurse – 25 years’ service
Angela George – Healthcare Assistant – 19 years’ service
Margaret Marratt – Domestic Assistant – 17 years’ service
Jane Musson – Activities Organiser – 17 years’ service
Madaline Thorne – Head Carer – 17 years’ service
Myrna Evangelista – Registered Nurse – 16 years’ service
Jan Combe – Registered Nurse – 16 years’ service
Wimonluck Phanadorn – Healthcare Assistant – 14 years’ service
Maria Di Spena – Activities Organiser – 13 years’ service
Nicola Fothergill – Healthcare Assistant – 13 years’ service
Amy Liu – Registered Nurse – 13 years’ service
Christine Layton – Healthcare Assistant – 11 years’ service
Eileen McKie – Healthcare Assistant – 11 years’ service
Sue Barker – Healthcare Assistant – 10 years’ service
Gillian O’Leary – Healthcare Assistant – 10 years’ service
The home provides high quality nursing and residential care for up to 52 people and is currently rated as ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission.