Mimosa continues to promote from within


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

Care provider Mimosa Healthcare continues with their staff development programme by promoting three new home managers, and one deputy manage, from within the existing team.  

The latest promotions are managers at homes in Doncaster, Dudley and Middlesbrough.

Kelly Woods is the new manager at Dunniwood Lodge Residential Home in Doncaster. She joined Mimosa at the age of 22 as a care assistant.

Her new deputy manager is Andrew Fletcher who started with Mimosa eight years ago at the age of 17 also as a care assistant.  Donna Baker is the new manager at Nethercrest Residential Home in Dudley. She joined Mimosa ten years ago as a care assistant.

Rachel Lowery has been promoted to be the new manager of Roseleigh Care Home in Middlesbrough after working for Mimosa for eight years. 





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