Nurses are truly one of the unsung heroes of healthcare. They work tirelessly to provide the best possible care to their residents, often going above and beyond the call of duty. In honour of International Nurses Day (12th May), we would like to thank all our nurses for their hard work, dedication, and commitment to their profession. We also thank our residents who were nurses in their former careers, for setting an example and inspiring us all.

Our Director of Care Homes and Dementia Services, Kevin Burke, share his appreciation and gratitude for our staff team and nursing staff:  

"We are very proud of our staff team and nursing staff for the love and care provided to our residents and their families. Over the last few years, we have done a lot of work enabling residents who come in for respite to gain independence and confidence, and then help them return home independently.

It is evident from the feedback that we receive both internally and on that our staff and nursing staff provide exceptional care and that their input has a tremendous impact on people and is remembered long after someone's stay with us is over.

Guild Care is renowned for offering the highest quality end-of-life care. To offer this to people is a real privilege, and it is only possible due to the skill, dedication, commitment, dedication and caring nature of our staff team and nursing staff.

It is our team's commitment to make sure our services continually improve and evolve to meet the needs and aspirations of our residents in the present and in the future that makes Guild Care the provider of choice for so many.

Our staff are life changers – thank you.”

Across our care homes, we are celebrating National Nurses Day, giving thanks to those who care for residents. A variety of gifts and treats are being handed out throughout our homes, including bouquets of flowers for our former nurses.

To find out more about our care homes, please contact our friendly enquiries team on 01903 327327 or email [email protected].

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