Top job for former Student Nurse at Shrewsbury Nursing Home
Roberto Tumaliuan will be stepping into his new role following the retirement of Liz Hallen who was Home Manager at Isle Court for eight years and played a pivotal role in the commissioning team responsible for the redevelopment of the country home into Isle Court Nursing Home in 2008.
The 54-bed home provides short and long term care for the elderly, mentally frail and those needing dementia care, employing up to 98 people. Roberto was promoted after completing a very successful period as Acting Home Manager in which he stepped-up and showed a true passion for the role.
Roberto joined us in 2010 as a student nurse at Isle Court before rising through the ranks and securing a promotion to Deputy Nurse Manager at our Oldbury Grange Nursing Home in Bridgnorth.
Originally from the Philippines, Roberto credits Morris Care with giving him the opportunity to work in the UK and equipping him with the training and knowledge that enabled him to become the nurse professional he is today.
On his new role, Roberto said: “I am delighted to be taking on the coveted role of Home Manager at Isle Court. It is the home where my Morris Care journey started and I am keen to continue the legacy set out by Liz when it first opened. I feel that the company has equipped me with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in this role and I am very much looking forward to inspiring our staff to progress in their own careers.”
We are currently recruiting for a number of roles as we look to expand our care offer to residents. For more information visit morriscare.co.uk/careers.Back to news
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