Thank you Georgina, says nursing home


Posted on January 13th, by geoff in CT Extra. Comments Off on Thank you Georgina, says nursing home

Caring Times, January 2017Georgina

A long-serving staff member at a Bristol nursing home said an emotional goodbye to her friends and colleagues as she retired.

Georgina Harriman, Riversway’s quality and performance and training manager, bowed out after a 19-year career with the home. One of the first staff members to join Riversway when it first opened, Georgina, of Hanham in Bristol, helped to establish the home and its reputation for high quality care in her role as a care assistant.

Working her way up to senior carer, Georgina then joined Riversway’s management team. During her career she made many friends and was a highly respected member of staff. Riversway general manager Jan Wilkins said: “Everyone who met her loved her. There were plenty of tears at her leaving do, and so many gifts and cards.

“Georgina really was overwhelmed with the attention and even though we’re all sorry to see her go we wish her all the best for her retirement.”

Springhill Care Group Ltd is a provider of quality nursing, residential, rehabilitation, dementia, day care and supported living services for adults. It operates Riversway Nursing Home in Bristol and the Springhill Care Home, Accrington and Birch Green Care Home in Skelmersdale.





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