Victoria Group staff gain Quest for Quality awards

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

Staff at five Victoria Group care homes in Brighton and Hove were recently presented with Quest for Quality Awards at a ceremony held at the Victoria Oaklands home in Dyke Road Avenue, Brighton. The five homes have all achieved accreditation in the Quest for Quality assurance programme, a national scheme recognising high standards in the care sector. The Victoria Oaklands home received the award along with three other Victoria Group homes in Dyke Road Avenue, Brighton, and one in The Drive, Hove. Baroness Cumberledge of Newick made presentations to the matrons of all five homes and Victoria Group company directors, Jo Rowe and Ken Miles. Staff celebrated with a small buffet and a glass of champagne. “It has taken a lot of hard work and has been very time-consuming, but it has been worth it,” Mr Miles said. “Hopefully people will recognise that we run good homes. These awards are evidence that we do our jobs to a good standard. We are very pleased and were honoured the baroness came to present them.” Quest for

Comments are closed.

Latest blog posts

The NHS and all that jazz

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

Last week the National Health Service marked its 70th anniversary. The irony is that, when this all too human institution...

The bland leaving the bland?

By guest blogger JEF SMITH

The headline for an interview which Sir David Behan, the Care Quality Commission’s departing chief executive, gave to The Guardian...

IT comes to CQC

By guest blogger JOHN BURTON

This month, IT is coming to CQC in person. David Behan is leaving, and DB’s replacement is IT, Ian Trenholm...