Everycare Cardiff , one of the leading home care organisations in South Wales has appointed a new registered manager – Nadine Cottrell. Nadine Cottrell... Read more »
Everycare Cardiff provides a range of private home care (domiciliary care) , elderly care, palliative care and care for those with long term illness in Cardiff, Caerphilly, Pontypridd, Barry, Penarth , South Glamorgan and South Wales.
The mission of Everycare is to significantly improve the quality of life for people with health and social care needs in all environments through the provision of a wide range of nursing, care and support services. To ensure our services are of the highest quality they are person centred and outcome based.
To effectively meet the needs of our customers, we will arrange individually designed nursing and social care programmes for each service user or organisation.
Services are delivered by directly employed nursing and social care staff who are appropriately qualified, trained, supervised and are fully conversant with current medical and social care practice.
We are committed to total quality concepts, and continual improvement throughout the organisation.
All of our staff are trained to the highest standard and we implement planned continuous professional development for all staff undertaking regular programmes of staff training, supervision and appraisal.
To view the very latest CSSIW (Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales) inspection report for Everycare Cardiff please click the CSSIW logo.
Health care workers – Full and Part Time urgently required.
Call 02920 455300 today for more information or Text CARE to 66777 to receive a phone call to start your new career with Everycare.
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