Registered Manager joins the Premier Homecare Bristol home care team
New Registered Manager joins the Premier Homecare Bristol home care team as the company looks forward to 2023
We’re delighted to announce that a new Registered Manager has joined the Premier Homecare Bristol home care team.
Louise Kroll pictured above has worked in the care industry across Bristol since 1994 and brings with her an amazing portfolio of care experience.
Having completed a Community Care course at college, Louise worked in various home care agency placements across the city, often working with clients with learning disabilities.
Louise has worked in domiciliary care, where she has worked through the ranks from a Care worker to Deputy Manager over a period of 15 years.
Louise first joined Premier Homecare in 2020 as a Home Care Co-ordinator and quickly progressed to the position of Care Manager.
Having been promoted to the position of Registered Manager at Premier Homecare, she is now responsible for the daily running of the business.
This includes ensuring that the home care company is safe for clients and care workers, as well as managing the balance between business growth and adhering to all relevant care procedures and policies.
Louise has successfully completed NVQ Levels 2, 3 and 5 in Care.
Any concerns and complaints are to be dealt with by her as the new Registered Manager, and she manages all safeguarding within the company.
Speaking about the new position, Louise commented:
“I’m really excited about the opportunity and looking forward to working with the amazing team at Premier Homecare. They are exceptional.”
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