11th June 2018
Toast Of Surrey Awards
We are pleased to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for the
Toast of Surrey Awards for
‘Excellence in Industry’
The Excellence in Industry Award celebrates a company that has made strides in their field, be it manufacturing, science or technology, while continuing to strengthen the regional economy.
The finalists will be selected and judged on the quality of their products and services, their dedication to sales performance, their commitment to innovation and the sustainability of their business.
With our new technology coming in for our care planning and rotas this is something which ties in well with our existing and up and coming software developments. We will now be able to show full transparency to our service users and their families as well as offer additional support to our workers.
The director Joanne Barry and Operations Manager Natalie Dobson are keen to support the community and have recently developed software to help people find care for their loved ones and hospitals to reduce their delays in transfers of care for better patient outcomes.
When we opened our Surrey office at the start of the year we wanted to replicate the services and standards we are already delivering in our Hampshire and West Sussex branches and felt that Surrey is a great area to support.
We believe that in healthcare it is so important to select the right people to work in the industry and our in depth recruitment procedures are what sets us apart from the competition.
To be a great carer, they need to have a natural caring nature… we can always train you to have the knowledge however to get the best, you need to want to make a difference to peoples lives.
We then support our care workers every step of the way and this means that if we give our team the best support, they will deliver the best care possible to our service users.
The awards ceremony takes place at the Mercedes-Benz World on 27th June 2018
We hope you will wish us all good luck
23rd May 2018
At Platinum Care, we know how daunting everyday life can become for people with dementia.
The below video gives you a first-hand experience of what it can be like.
As a company, we’re working to become as dementia friendly as possible. Many of our team are now Dementia Friends. We also offer extra training and voluntary hours for people who are lonely or have no family for support.