Tracey’s 25-year career in care


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

Meridian Healthcare’s Tracey Meehan recently celebrated 25 years of service at the company with colleagues. Tracey began her career at Holme Lea Care Centre as a care assistant, quickly progressing to the care centre manager role until five years ago when she took on a new challenge and joined the payroll team at head office in Hyde. “Although 25 years seems a long time to spend with one company I have thoroughly enjoyed every role that I have worked in,” said Tracey. “The positions have offered a wide variety of activities to keep me on the ball and I have worked alongside some lovely people during my time at Meridian – they are the ones who have created such a nice environment to work in that I have never wanted to leave.” Group finance director Barry Brooks presented Tracey Meehan with flowers to celebrate her 25 years long service.





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