Rachel is a compassionate and dedicated home manager with a career spanning over two decades since qualifying as a nurse in 1997. Her journey is marked by her unwavering commitment to providing exceptional healthcare and support to those in need.
Rachel's career began in the NHS, where she dedicated herself to emergency medicine and hospital management, providing immediate care to critically ill patients and developing strong leadership skills. Her tenure in the NHS lasted until 2016.
In 2016, Rachel transitioned her expertise from the hospital setting to the community, taking on roles as a deputy manager and clinical lead in private nursing homes. Her journey led her to become a home manager in 2020, focusing on resident well-being and maintaining the highest care standards.
Rachel has had the privilege of working with both small providers and large corporate healthcare companies, shaping her into a versatile and knowledgeable professional. What truly motivates Rachel is her passion for supporting residents in living fulfilling lives and thriving in their environment, making her work exceptionally rewarding.
Beyond her professional life, Rachel is a devoted wife and a proud mother of three children, complete with a lively boxer dog. Her primary pastime is long-distance running, with 14 marathons completed and a goal to achieve 100 marathons.
Rachel is deeply committed to making a positive impact in the lives of those she cares for and supporting the growth and development of her staff. She is dedicated to providing exceptional care and making a difference.