Read about Bertha and find out about working life for our Unit Managers
Bertha joined the Manor House nursing home in 2015 as a registered nurse and has since been promoted to Unit Manager.
Bertha is a highly experienced medical professional, having qualified in 2013 from Buckingham University then working with people with specialist needs such as epilepsy in Slough and as a nurse at the Royal Stoke Hospital.
Bertha says of the Manor House,
it feels like a second home coming to work here, it’s such a lovely team who work together to look after each other and everyone who lives here
Bertha has a very varied role and can be found in all units across the home. Bertha’s day typically consists of completing a comprehensive handover, checking in on residents, completing medical rounds, reviewing care plans and any health issues that need to be address such as dressings, taking bloods if required, re-stocking medication and auditing medication, and taking the time to sit with residents. Bertha continues,
my role is really varied, the clinical side always comes first and foremost to ensure all of our residents are cared for, but alongside that is the wonderful time we get to spend alongside the Healthcare assistants with the residents that makes this so much more than a job and why it feels like being in my second home, it’s truly rewarding job and I could never imagine being anywhere else.
If you’d like to join our team, find our current vacancies and apply here.