Sarah Fisher, from Cambridgeshire, joined Advantage Healthcare in summer 2019 to work as a nurse focused on adult complex care at home services. Sarah joins the team which supports over 30 clients in East Anglia.

At the start of her career, Sarah worked as a healthcare assistant for around ten years before training and qualifying as a nurse in 2003. She has managed staff in clinics, care homes and in the community. Sarah has also worked in different institutions including nursing homes, prisons, mental health units, hospitals and sexual health clinics.

Sarah has a busy schedule overseeing client care across Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Essex. She said: “I’ll start my day checking emails and reviewing any issues which occurred overnight and logged in the on call report. Most days will include arranging or attending client visits to assess or review their care needs. I’ll also be training and supervising client care teams.

“I’m excited about this new role. I especially enjoy working in a community setting and the variety of the role. No day is ever the same! We have strong local and head office teams which support the governance and organisation of our service and enable our front line healthcare staff to provide the excellent service which we all take pride in.

“I enjoy training healthcare assistants and using my expensive knowledge and skills to support their development in this role. It’s very satisfying to see the quality care in action and happy clients supported by our compassionate and skilled staff.”

Sarah lives with her husband and four cats.  In her spare time, Sarah enjoys scuba diving and motor racing, spending time in her garden and going to music concerts.

Advantage Healthcare is recruiting for complex care healthcare assistants, support workers and registered nurses. View our current healthcare vacancies by clicking here, or send in your CV as the first step to registering with us, just fill in this short form here.

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