Radis Community Care has recently appointed a Queen’s Nurse to act as clinical governance lead for the company.
Debbie Quinn joins the home care company after holding a number of high profile roles such as specialist advisor for the Care Quality Commission and an expert panel member for MS society and policy advisor for UK Multiple Sclerosis Nurse Association.
The prestigious title of Queen’s Nurse awarded by The Queen’s Nurse Institute (QNI) recognises those nurses who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to patient care and nursing practice. The QNI, a community nursing charity founded in 1887, is dedicated to providing the best possible nursing care of people in the community.
Debbie Quinn said: “I am delighted to be working with Radis as I’ve been incredibly impressed by their commitment to providing high quality care to the people they support. Radis is a family run company that has care and compassion at its heart. I’m very much looking forward to working with my new colleagues to help shape our future service delivery.”
Debbie will be working with Radis’ clinical governance team on strategy planning and policy and practice advice.
Mike Padgham, Director of Communications for Radis, said: “Debbie’s appointment to the Radis team means that we have further strengthened our expertise, ensuring our customers have access to the best advice and practise in order for them to remain in their homes and in their own surroundings.”