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Hannah Hulcup: Nursing Manager – RN (Child) BSc (Hons) Children’s Nursing

Hannah’s responsible for the organisational structure and personal development of the whole nursing team. Hannah also ensures compliance with all statutory regulations and that there is a vigorous safeguarding policy in place to protect the children. While making sure the nurses are working in a professional environment Hannah prides herself it is a relaxed and friendly place for parents and their children.

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Susannah Pomeroy: Deputy Nursing Manager – RGN RSCN DiP Nursing Studies. BSc (Hons) Child Health

Susannah deals with all referrals from professionals and direct requests from families for support with their children’s nursing needs. Susannah’s relationship will continue with the family for the whole time they use James Hopkins Trust, this allows the family to provide feedback about our services.  Susannah will also support and advocate for the family during difficult times to ensure they are signposted to support available to them.

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Carolyn Smith: Nursing Coordinator– RGN RSCN

Carolyn is a familiar face to many of the families having worked at James Hopkins Trust for over 10 years. Carolyn will plan shift patterns and rotas according to the needs of the children we are looking after. This ensures that the nurses have the right mix of competencies, confidence and ability to deal with the children’s complex nursing needs. Along with this Carolyn also assists with ensuring all our nursing policies are up to date and accurate.

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Alison Miller: Nursing Administrator

Alison has worked for James Hopkins Trust for over 14 years as a Respite Nurse and Nursing Manager. After her retirement Alison returned and now provides valuable admin support to the team. Alison also liaises with Social Services and NHS Care Services to ensure the smooth running of funding payments for our children over the age of six.

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Pam Atanga: Deputy Manager – RN (Child) BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies

Pam is an experienced paediatric nurse that enables her to devise bespoke care plans for all our families and their children. Pam oversees all care notes and documentation as well as being responsible for the safe management of medication at Kites Corner, Pam also liaises with families to organise the overnight respite sessions for their children.

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Jane Murphy: Senior Nurse – RGN RSCN

Working alongside her colleagues Michele and Rachael, Jane is responsible for the handover of care from parent to nurse as well as checking all medication used by the children and ensuring it is recorded and stored safely. Due to the nature of the environment we work in they are responsible for Infection control at Kites Corner.

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Michele Shepherd: Senior Nurse – RN (Child) DiP HE Children’s Nursing

Working alongside her colleagues Jane and Rachael, Michele is responsible for the handover of care from parent to nurse as well as checking all medication used by the children and ensuring it is recorded and stored safely. Due to the nature of the environment we work in they are responsible for Infection control at Kites Corner.

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Rachael Nicholl: Senior Nurse –  RN (Child) DiP HE Children’s Nursing

Working alongside her colleagues Michele and Jane, Rachael is responsible for the handover of care from parent to nurse as well as checking all medication used by the children and ensuring it is recorded and stored safely. Due to the nature of the environment we work in they are responsible for Infection control at Kites Corner.

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Fiona Maseyk: Play Leader – Diploma in Early childhood education (Australia)

Fiona is responsible for ensuring all play is accessible to the children we support, making Kites Corner a home from home for many of the children. Daily respite sessions, school holiday respite and drop in mornings for families and siblings, are all organised by Fiona. This ensures that friendships develop between families and there are lots of happy memories made. Fiona also participates in the overseeing of volunteers and work experience students in the play areas.