Amanda Morgan Taylor, New CEO Of Sussex Healthcare

The new CEO of Sussex Healthcare is Amanda Morgan-Taylor. Amanda has joined the Sussex Healthcare team since January, familiarizing herself with all homes and services. She has the good business sense Sussex Healthcare needs, with Amanda Morgan-Taylor being a top choice. She has three decades of experience in the healthcare field, helping Sussex Healthcare provide quality healthcare to all facilities, in any location. She is to work with the management team including staff, nurses, and physicians to make sure every patient receives the best of care.

Sussex Healthcare provides care to the elderly, dementia care, neurological care, and learning disabilities and profound multiple learning disability care. We take care of people who have a variety of conditions such as Huntington’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Motor Neuron Disease. We also serve individuals with various stages of Parkinson’s Disease, and Acquired Brain Injury, as well as Spinal Cord Lesions. Every home has a fully trained staff that treats these conditions, staff that has been trained in physiotherapy, and speech and language pathologists.

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Sussex facilities include BeechCroft Care Centre Norfolk Lodge, Orchard and Boldings Lodge, Beech Lodge, Wisteria and Stable Lodge, White Lodge, The Laurels, Horncastle Care Center, Kingsmead, Lodge and Rapkyns Care Centre. Sussex Healthcare has been in business since 1985. Our main focus is care for the elderly as well as care for the learning disabled. Good health to us is not just illness being gone, but having time for leisure, social activities, and recreation as a necessary part of health maintenance. At Sussex Healthcare, we choose activities for our clients by making sure it is in line with their past interests. We encourage them to use their faculties to the fullest extent they can do so.

According to cqc.org.uk Sussex Health has accreditation for Health Quality Service in 2002 and 2003. Sussex Health has the Hospitality Assured accreditation, and also houses 15 nursing homes with 450 beds total. The British Quality Foundation sponsors the Hospitality Assured accreditation, the British Quality Foundation being owned by the European Foundation for Quality Management, which is a standard that focuses on the customer’s experience.

Source: http://www.neuprofessionals.com/clients/surrey-and-sussex-healthcare-nhs-trust/