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ESSEX HEALTH NEWS

Tuesday September 24 2019

Basildon care home sets sights on fourth award win




Basildon care home sets sights on fourth award win

Mundy House care home in Basildon has been nominated for an Essex Care Sector Award for the fourth year in a row, having triumphed in multiple categories since 2016.

Over the last three years, the home has won three of the awards, known as “The Prospers”. In 2016 it scooped the Culture is the Key and UTI Prevention Awards, in 2017 it won the Unsung Hero Award and last year, the registered manager Josi George was recognised with the Outstanding Leadership Award.

Josi George, Home Manager at Mundy House, said “We are delighted to have been nominated for another Essex Care Sector Award this year. The awards are testament to the hard work and commitment of the whole team at Mundy House, who work tirelessly every day to make sure our residents live their best life.”

The Essex Care Sector Awards celebrate the best of care in Essex demonstrated through innovation, achievement and outstanding contribution. There are 16 awards up for grabs and the awards are open to all providers who deliver a care service to adults in Essex County Council's Local Authority area. The winners will be announced at a gala event on the 26th November 2019.

Josi added: “We’re really looking forward to the event in November and to finding out if we have been successful for a fourth year on the trot!”

Mundy House forms part of Larchwood Care and is managed by Healthcare Management Solutions. 79% of Larchwood Care Homes are rated as ‘Good’ or above by the CQC, above the industry average.

Photo Caption: Mundy House manager Josi George with his team picking up last year's award

 



"We are really looking forward to the event in November and to finding out if we have been successful for a fourth year on the trot!"
Josi George, Home Manager at Mundy House








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