Nazarko joins Nightingale


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

Linda Nazarko is to leave her position as director of nursing for the Registered Nursing Home Association (RNHA) to take up a post as director of nursing with Nightingale, a dual-registered charity-run care home in Wandsworth, London. Nightingale is the biggest nursing and residential complex in the UK and Europe, caring for more than 350 Jewish residents. It provides an exceptional range of facilities and recently became involved in a training initiative for care assistants. Mrs Nazarko, who leaves the RNHA in February, has also been engaged as a consultant by the Lancashire Care Association.





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