Recently, Sussex Healthcare announced its new CEO appointment. The name of the new CEO is Amanda Morgan-Taylor. Amanda has been in the leadership field for over 30 years. She was supposed to arrive in the Company before 2017 came to an end according to Sussex Healthcare. However, she joined the organization in January 2018. Immediately she arrived, she started making arrangements with the managing team before starting her new role. Much of her time during the early days in the organization was about learning more about the company as well as its unique culture including the residents’ needs.
It did not take long before Amanda started visiting all the homes under Sussex Healthcare. She met the residents, staff, as well as the residents’ family members. During this time, Amanda listened to the concerns of the people around and answered their questions at the same time. This was to help her get the real information from the caregivers and the residents. This information can help her in coming up with the best suitable solutions as well as improve the service policies of Sussex Healthcare.
Amanda has been in the social care and healthcare sector for over 30 years. She has been a mental health nurse since 1984. When she first came into the healthcare field, she learned that most facilities were not providing the required proper care for the mentally ill and older adults. This early experience in the 1980s and 1990s prompted her to come up with ways of improving skilled care. She then decided to leave her nursing care and pursued a management one. She has had an opportunity of being a leader of an auditing department before. In this role, she recognized compliance issues. She earned a promotion because of her excellent work and became development tasks overseer. She has been on the forefront of reshaping various healthcare systems for the mentally challenged and elderly persons over the years. She has worked both in the private and public sectors.
With her experience in the healthcare facilities, Amanda knows well how the connection between residents and care providers work. Moreover, she can identify operating issues as well as overcoming any associated challenges.