Leading care provider Morris Care has strengthened its management team in its drive to maintain and improve high standards to benefit residents and staff.
Registered Nurse, Beverly Williams, has been appointed Quality Manager with a wide-ranging brief to support its six nursing homes in Shropshire and Cheshire in delivering quality and compassionate care.
The experienced professional has worked in the health and social care sector for almost 40 years. She has been a care home manager, care home inspector, a quality and innovations manager for the Royal British Legion’s care homes and more recently a District Nurse in her Wrexham home town.
Beverly said: “I enjoyed refreshing my clinical skills as a district nurse and the job satisfaction it gave me, but I missed being in a quality role where I could influence and improve how we work.
“The opportunity to join Morris Care really appealed because of the company’s values. I’ve been asked to be a professional critical friend. I will be looking at all areas of the business and be involved in the constant cycle of reviewing and improving to drive excellence as standard.
“It’s an exciting time because there are a number of developments and new initiatives planned, including a learning and development programme.”
Beverly added: “It’s important that our care meets expectations, needs and choices and that we continually look at how we can improve what we do to make sure residents and their families and our staff are satisfied and feel valued.”
The role involves ensuring compliance with professional and statutory standards and supporting staff at all levels, including the management teams in the Morris Care homes.
Chief Executive Lucy Holl said: “I am delighted to welcome Beverly as Quality Manager. She has the experience and skills needed and her passion for quality care shone through. She shares our values and commitment to training staff to the highest standards and providing support so that they can provide the best care for our residents.”