Four Seasons appoints regional manager


Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Four Seasons Health Care, one of Scotland’s major care home operators – founded in Fife in 1998 and now operating more 50 homes in Scotland – has appointed a new regional manager in the Lothian and Fife area. Jackie McDonald, a Four Seasons care home manager for the past six years, is promoted to take overall responsibility for 12 homes across the region. Ms McDonald, who trained as a nurse in Dundee in the 1980s, initially worked at the Royal Dundee Liff Hospital in metabolic research and acute psychiatry. She started working part time at Rosemount care home in Dundee, being promoted to deputy matron when she graduated, and then manager two years later. Among the key responsibilities of her new role, Jackie has just had to oversee the opening of Guthrie House, a new Four Seasons 88 bed home in Edinburgh. Another new addition to the Four Seasons team is the Guthrie House manager, Jenny Clark. Highly experienced with both nurse and social work training, Ms Clark has managed various care homes and been a





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