Along the south coast of England, there are noted to be twenty-three Sussex Healthcare facilities. These offer a wide range of healthcare services to those deemed elderly persons or younger persons with known neurological deficits. Moreover, long-term care may be offered to persons diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, or short-term care for persons whose needs are less pronounced.Caregivers with Sussex Healthcare receive a variety of benefits as personnel working in one of the many facilities. Some of the bonus offerings include: paid holiday and weekends, free uniforms, in-house training and nursing apprenticeship programs. Currently there are positions in several of the facilities for physical therapists, nurses or administrative staff.
Some of the facilities offer day shift and night shift openings. The care giver is asked to be a team member. This embodies being observant to recommend possible improvements in care. Showing respect and dignity toward residents and their family members. Participating with other staff in facility events or overall patient care.Recently Sussex Healthcare celebrated its 25th anniversary. It has two co-founders and chairpersons who blend their respective backgrounds in medicine (dental surgery) and hotel management to create an active high-quality recognized network. The philosophy of Sussex Healthcare is one that supports active participation by residents in living.
It is based on the premise that the residents deserve social, recreation and leisure activity. The function of the programs is to provide activity and keep the residents involved in life. In part this is accomplished by letting each resident continue to pursue a personal interest from earlier in their life.Those who reside in one of Sussex Health Care’s housing units receive their meals from qualified chefs. If a resident requires their meal to meet special dietary requirements, efforts are undertaken to ensure this is accomplished. Sussex Healthcare is recognized as an outstanding provider in the UK.