Sussex Health Care is based in Sussex, the UK. It is an independent body that provides support and care for the vulnerable groups. The organization started in 1985 with just one home. Currently, it has over 20 homes providing over 580 beds. It is the leading provider of nursing care and residential services in Sussex. The organization is run by a management team that consists of highly experienced professionals under the guidance of its policy group.
The mission of the Sussex Health Care is to be the leading provider of nursing care and residential provider in Sussex. To achieve this, the organization is determined to provide individualized, quality care delivered by its first-class professional team.The organization offers the following services.
Provides care for the elderly
They provide meals, accommodation and a homely environment for the old. The organization also offers a 24-hour nursing care to individuals with complex medical needs which includes; occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and reflexology.
The homes of the organization provide care for those with terminal or chronic illness. The homes provide a specialized and compassionate approach aimed at controlling the pain felt by their patients.
Care for persons with learning disabilities
The Sussex Healthcare organization offers support to this group of people in their residential homes or the community they come from. They help them by engaging them in meaningful and enjoyable activities that befits them. They are taught skills such as mowing the grass, shopping, laundry, etc.
The Sussex Health Care provides a serene environment that is peaceful for patients experiencing Dementia. The staff offers a person-centered approach in their service delivery to their patients, given their training in the area of Dementia.
The group also offers additional services such as day-care, respite care, gymnasium and other therapy services
The Sussex Health Care is the only healthcare organization shortlisted for two Advancing Healthcare Awards. Anita Smith, a Speech and Language Therapist, was shortlisted for her effort in creating the One Stop Swallow Disorder Clinic to provide care for individuals with speech and language disorders.
Secondly, Julie Spashett who is a physiotherapy assistant together with Debbie Soave, a specialist in Neurophysiotherapy was awarded by their outstanding achievement at the Sovereign Stroke Rehabilitation group.
Andy Bailey, the information manager, was awarded the Trust Monthly Staff Award for creating an Emergency Department It System. The system had real-time information.
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