Sussex Healthcare has hired a new chief executive officer. The new CEO is Amanda Morgan-Taylor and she comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Before officially assuming her duties she was already getting her agenda put in place. This included establishing a new high-level position at this company, a director of quality, compliance, and service improvement. This position will make what Sussex Healthcare offers its residents even better in the future.
Amanda Morgan-Taylor has been in the healthcare industry for three decades. She has been a senior leader on both the public and independent sides of the United Kingdom’s healthcare industry. She has worked with local healthcare authorities many times during the course of her career and knows what it takes to stay in compliance with all rules and regulations.
The company she is taking over has been in operation for 25 years. They help both younger adults and elderly people who need daily assistance. The people they help stay in Sussex Healthcare’s network of homes across Sussex County. Each of their homes features nurses around the clock and are visited on a regular basis by physicians. Other staff at these homes includes care assistants and kitchen staff. The food they provide to residents is fresh and local which not only tastes the best but is also the most nutritious.
One of the ways that Sussex Healthcare helps their residents is by offering ways to keep them physically and mentally active. In order to present even more physical activities, they recently opened a new gym that residents can get to by private bus. They equipped this facility with a wide range of exercise equipment such as elliptical trainers, medicine balls, and free weights.
The Sussex Healthcare gym also features a large pool as well as a spacious hot tub for residents to use. They offer swimming classes and lap times. The pool also includes an underwater treadmill which can strengthen the muscles in the legs as well as the abdominal muscles in the stomach. The hot tub has already become a favorite of the residents as it is relaxing and helps to soothe sore muscles.
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