Careers in care

Careers in care

The Medici Lifecare centre of excellence trains our nurses and carers to a level that enables the highest standards of clinical care.

Medici Healthcare has built a strong reputation over the last 10 years, providing consistently high levels of care. This has happened because our staff are empowered to provide person centred care through a combination of training, team ethic and defined career progression.

One of the most important members of the Medici staff is our Head of Training, who works closely with leading universities to offer levels of training above those found in the majority of care homes.

Centre of excellence

Careers in care
Careers in care

All our members of staff have achieved a minimum NVCQ Level 3 in Social Care, with many having obtained Level 5. The level of training provided by Medici Healthcare is such that other local employees now use Medici Healthcare as a resource for training their own staff.  As a result, we have been named a ‘centre of excellence’.

One of the strengths of Medici Healthcare is strong staff retention, achieved via a robust staff career progression program and comfortable staff numbers.

We are kept fully informed of mum's medical treatment, with us being involved and having our say in her care, which is first rate.
Sally
My grandmother couldn’t be in better hands and it’s very comforting to know she has the care she needs 24/7.
Wendy
Medici is exemplary; the staff are fun and caring, the food excellent. The home makes us, his family, feel very welcome.
Melanie
The atmosphere of the home is calm and friendly and I can sleep at night knowing that my Mother is in safe caring hands.
Joanne
The staff are friendly, full of fun but professional and caring.
Mel

Staff to residents ratio

Careers in care

This allows us to provide high levels of care, by enabling staff to adopt a need’s based, resident first approach to care, rather than a time managed approach.

This both improves the atmosphere in the home and creates a more attractive approach to work for employees, who may otherwise look to move on.

Careers in care