18 January 2023
Hallmark Care Homes shortlisted for 12 Great British Care Awards!
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for 12 Great British Care Awards!
Dedicated team members at Greenhill Manor, Lian Pearsall, Olivia Sullivan, Sreeja Ranjith, Catalin Neacsu, Rachel Whittaker, and Suzanne Foley are shortlisted for The Ancillary Worker Award, The Social Care Nurse Award and The Care Home Worker Award categories.
Meanwhile, our caring and compassionate team at Ty Enfys, Sujjata Singh, Michelle Ashley, Molcy Mathew, Ma Arjelie Amor Palma, Lily Davies, and Martyn Woods are shortlisted for The Care Home Registered Manager Award, The Care Home Worker Award, Covid Hero Award, The Good Nurse Award, The Care Innovator Award and The Ancillary Worker Award titles.
The Great British Care Awards, established several years ago, seeks to celebrate excellence across the care sector.
Sreeja Ranjith who has worked for Greenhill Manor for 14 years said: “I feel very excited and happy to be shortlisted and I’m so proud to be a part of a supportive team. My favourite thing about my role is providing excellent care by promoting physical, emotional, and psychological wellbeing to the residents and I enjoy working with an amazing team.”
Catalin Neacsu, who has worked at our Merthyr home for four years added: “I feel like I’m dreaming, it really is a privilege to be shortlisted. I love to help the residents and the families specially when they are in difficult situations.”
Suzanne Foley has worked at Greenhill Manor for over six years. She said: “I am very proud to be shortlisted. Being part of an amazing team and looking after residents like extended family is the best part of my job.”
Olivia joined Greenhill Manor during the pandemic. She said: “I was very surprised when I was told of the nomination, it was humbling to receive and be recognised alongside colleagues. Direct interaction with residents, relatives and working alongside different people is the best part of my role.”
Rachel who has worked for our dementia and nursing home in Merthyr for five years added: “I was so surprised but super chuffed to have been shortlisted. I wouldn’t be where I am now if it wasn’t for the great team I work alongside. I enjoy working on all four communities and it’s supported me to learn new skills. I enjoy the interactions between the residents not only supporting their core needs but supporting them to have fun and laughter every day.”
Lian, has worked for Greenhill Manor for over eight years. She said: “I am shocked and grateful to the team for nominating me. My favourite thing about my role is that every day is different and I get to be a part of a fab team who all share the same vision.”
Molcy Matthew who joined Ty Enfys, 11 years ago added: “Caring is my passion and my favourite part of my role is caring for residents. I feel very happy to be shortlisted.”
Lifestyle’s Leader at Ty Enfys Care Home, Lily Davies said: “I have worked at Ty Enfys for eight and a half years and they have been 102 very different months with highs and lows but definitely mostly highs. No day is ever the same and having the opportunity to meet so many interesting people and help make their time at Ty Enfys as enjoyable as possible is probably what I like most about my job. Sometimes residents and myself are sharing experiences together for the first time which is always fun! It is an honour to be shortlisted for this award and huge thanks to those that nominated me.”
Michelle Ashley who has worked at the residential, nursing and dementia home for three years added: “I love my job because I enjoy looking after the residents attending to their every need and if I can make them smile then I’m happy. I love working as a team on my floor with my colleagues. I feel very appreciated that I have been nominated for this award although caring is a hard job it is very rewarding.”
Ma Arjelie Amor Palma from Ty Enfys Care Home added: “I love the smiles from my residents that says thank you even without speaking.I feel incredibly honoured and humbled to have been shortlisted. “
Newcomer Martyn Woods who has worked for Ty Enfys for just eight months said: I enjoy new challenges which turn into opportunities, which then turn into a positive result. I feel overwhelmed to have been shortlisted.
General Manager Sujjata Singh who has worked at Ty Enfys care home since 2009 said: I feel both delighted and humble to be shortlisted. My favourite thing about my role is to make a difference to both residents, family and team.”
The esteemed nomination, follows on from Sujjata’s success at the 2022 National Care Awards where she was shortlisted for the Sara Berrio Care Champion award.
The winners of the Great British Care Awards Wales will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony at The Cardiff Marriott Hotel on Thursday 26th January.
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