Celebrating Experience

This event took place on the 14th September 2015
at Savills’ Central London HQ and Royal Society of Medicine, London

Caring Times was delighted to host an evening of celebration for those who have worked for 15 years or more in long-term care.

On the 14th September 2015 we welcomed a crowd of notable guests to Savills’ HQ in London. Drinks were on hand as old friends and colleagues gathered in the real estate company’s glamorous Marylebone headquarters. During his opening speech, Caring Times’ Editor-in-Chief, Dr Richard Hawkins took time to reflect on the resilience, patience and imagination required to remain in the sector over the years.

A short walk took guests down the road to The Royal Society of Medicine where a fabulous buffet dinner was served in the stylish Max Rayne Atrium. Socialising, networking and reminiscing took place over wine and food before Hamilton Anstead held the floor as our honoured after dinner speaker. Discussing his time as both Chief Executive of Four Seasons Health Care and the Managing Director of Takare, Hamilton praised the work of the sector whilst also contemplating the challenges facing long-term care.

The evening concluded with a generous round of applause for Dr Hawkins’ proposed concept of a future sequel event: Celebrating 20 Years Experience… we hope to see you all there!

Please click the image below to download the invitation for this past event

 


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