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Published: 09:00, 21 July 2014 |
Updated: 10:37, 21 July 2014
A Kent care provider has been presented with a national award for its services.
Hale Place Care Solutions already received two other awards in 2014 and has now been announced the winner of the coveted Quality of Care category for delivering excellent care year on year, for the past 26 years.
Over 1000 senior healthcare managers, directors and practitioners gathered to recognise organisations driving the quality, clinical efficiency, effectiveness and safety agendas.
Hale Place, on Old Road in Tonbridge, made the shortlist in two categories at the presentation held in Grosvenor House, London.
Kevin Hewlett, director and proprietor, said, “The management and employees of this organisation are people of quality who focus on quality outputs for service users.
"This award is dedicated to them for demonstration of great professionalism, patience, sensitivity and compassion to the most vulnerable people in our care.
"They are a credit to our organisation, their families and their community. This Award will inspire us to work harder to maintain our glowing reputation and improve, further still, the lives of those less fortunate.”
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