Sussex Health Appoints A New C.E.O.

Sussex Health is a care centre based in the Sussex area, United Kingdom. It is part of a group of companies under the Sussex Health Care Group. The centre was established in 1985 way back when it had one home and now has more than 20 locations. Each home provides alternatives for younger and older patients seeking short-term or long-term care.

At Sussex Health the well being of the patient is of utmost priority. Its mission is to cater to the needs of all the clients in all the homes. Sussex provides care for older people who are weak, have dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, neurological and learning disabilities. As an industry leader setting the pace for healthcare, Sussex has won several awards such as the Gold Standard Framework for End of Life Care Award. To continue providing industry standards care to clients, Sussex has a new CEO, Amanda Morgan Taylor.

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Amanda Morgan Taylor
Amanda was expected to start working in February, but she joined earlier on to familiarised herself with the current team. She is already working with the senior management to open a new position for the Director of Quality, Compliance and Service Improvement. This is due to her commitment to make Sussex the number one choice for providing neurological, dementia and disability support to patients.

Amanda Taylor has more than 30 years experience in working in the health and social care centre. She has worked for both public and private sectors in a senior management role. She seeks to collaborate efforts from the nurses, support staff, management, partners, and clients to rebuild trust with all stakeholders.

Special Care at Sussex
To increase the quality of life at Sussex, the centre offers social, spiritual, emotional and challenging activities to the patients. If they use to cook, dance, or create art while at home, they can still do it at the centre. Patients have access to quizzes and art therapy. There is also a specialist gym, baths and aids, ensuite facilities, activity programme, and IT/Game room. It offers holistic treatments for patients such as occupational therapy, hydrotherapy, reflexology, physiotherapy, and aromatherapy. For patients who require special attention, the centre has qualified nurses and trained support staffs that are available 24/7 on a shift basis. The rooms are also built to cater to the needs of the patients. Features such as multi-sensory equipment ensure that patients are aware of their environment. It also works with the local specialists to alleviate pain to the chronically or terminally ill patients within the centre.

Check more about Sussex Healthcare: https://gazetteday.com/2017/11/sussex-healthcare-helps-patients-feel-at-home/