Home Close Care Home appoint new Manager

Home Close Care Home in Fulbourn, part of Healthcare Homes, is proud to announce the appointment of its new manager; experienced care specialist, Sujamole Mathai.

Suja, as she’s known to everyone, is looking forward to building on the home’s reputation for delivering great care at the heart of the Fulbourn community.

The new manager brings years of care experience to the role. Originally from India, Suja qualified as a nurse in 1992. She then became as a neurological nurse specialist working up to become a ward sister. She moved into community care in 2010 and has worked in homes in Cambridgeshire ever since.

Suja is keen to strengthen connections with the local community and to encourage anyone who may need care and support to get in touch.

She says, “Right from my hospital nursing days, I had heard about Home Close’s reputation and, it is exactly as I expected it to be. I have been made to feel so welcome by the team here. My priority is firmly focused on ensuring our residents are well looked after.

“Home Close is situated right in the middle of the village and as such, I want everyone living in the area to know that we are here for them if they have care needs.

“Everyone is so dedicated to supporting residents and their loved ones in spite of the challenging times we’ve faced. People in our communities need care solutions and need to know how we can help them.”

Home Close is a residential home comprising 72 bedrooms and employs 58 people. As a significant employer in the Fulbourn area, part of Suja’s work will also focus on recruitment. Care homes like Home Close employ a wide range of skilled people from catering and care to maintenance and reception.

Home Close is based on Cow Lane, Fulbourn. For more information on the range of services provided, call 01223 880233 or visit www.healthcarehomes.co.uk

Healthcare Homes is a Top 20 Care Home Group, which is awarded to the company by an independent reviews website called carehome.co.uk. Over 90% of its homes are rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by the sector regulator the Care Quality Commission.


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