Care Home Managers at RMBI Care Co. have received a British Citizen Corporate Award (BCA) in recognition of their leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic. Furthermore, all 1,500 staff members at the charity have been awarded a British Citizen Award Certificate of Recognition for their ‘exceptional endeavours in the Workplace Community.’
Mark LLoyd, Managing Director, said: “Our care homes, head office and national teams have worked tirelessly to ensure that our residents have received exceptional care and remained safe.”
The 180 year old charity provides residential care, nursing care and residential dementia support to older Freemasons, their families and people in the wider community across 18 care homes in England and Wales,.
Mark added: “I am delighted that our Home Managers have been personally recognised for their contribution, as they have demonstrated tremendous leadership and have all risen to the challenge and ensured their residents, their relatives and staff have been kept up to date with the ongoing unprecedented and changing situation.”
Receiving the award, Beverley Roberts, Home Manager at Prince Michael of Kent Court in Watford, said: “It’s a real honour to be recognised for the work that we do, as well as each of our staff members, who go over and above every day to support the residents within our care. It has been a challenging few years but we have emerged stronger and closer as a team.”
The British Citizen Awards help to recognise individuals doing extraordinary things in the local community. Anyone can be nominated for an award, providing they have had a meaningful impact on those around them.
Photo shows Staff member Christobel Barrow, Home Manager Beverley Roberts, and staff member Barbara Augusty with their certificates and medal at Prince Michael of Kent Court.