In a recent announcement, Sussex Healthcare has added a brand new CEO to run their organization. Amanda Morgan-Taylor has worked in the industry for nearly 30 years and brings a lot of hospitality experience. Sussex Healthcare didn’t informed the public until 2017 was ending, yet, she did not effectively become a part of the team until January 2018. Amanda has always been known as a passionate driven leader who understands management. Prior to stepping into her position, she started making plans early on for the team’s success. She took it upon herself to learn about the company’s residents and specific culture.
It did not take Amanda long to adjust to the organization. Her initial goal is to promote compliance, quality and make a huge improvement to all services. The company has been known in the market for years based on there holistic approach when it comes to providing elderly care. Leadership has maintained its dedication to finding innovative ways to better assist all of their residents in their homes. Amanda other goal was to preserve that reputation in keeping with the enrichment of residential life. The company shared on personal website that Amanda would arrive as the new CEO and take the lead.
Sussex Healthcare is highly committed to Amanda’s arrival and will do everything to assist her in her leadership. One of Amanda’s first steps was visiting all of the Sussex Healthcare locations to get a better feel regarding the programs and resident’s needs. She took the time to sit down and answer questions along with listening to all concerns. Once hearing from caregivers and residents, Amanda was able to effectively improve care plans and enhance Sussex Healthcare’s overall structure.
Amanda’s background has remained in social care and healthcare for three decades. Her background shows she started in 1984 as a mental health nurse. During her time in the healthcare industry, Amanda has witnessed many facilities failing to provide adequate care when it came to handicapped individuals and the elderly. Her experiences that took place in the 80s and 90s encouraged her to find ways to consistently improve care when it came to those needing the help.