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LV Care Group appoints Clinical Director

LV Care Group appoints Clinical Director

Wednesday 24 February 2021

LV Care Group appoints Clinical Director


LV Care Group has promoted one of its staff to the newly create role of Clinical Director.

Tracey Gentry opened Le Petit Bosquet care home in 2019 and is the current manager for St. Joseph’s care home in Jersey.

As Clinical Director, she will be responsible for devising strategies and plans for all LV care homes in Jersey and the Isle of Man in conjunction with the Chief Operating Officer, whilst also working with the registered Home Care Managers of the Group to ensure compliancy with the Jersey Care Commission standards.

Nick Bettany, CEO and Co-founder of LV Care Group, said: “Tracey brings an immense amount of experience as a home manager within the care industry across the UK. Her knowledge is pivotal in the support she will give the Group Home Managers and Group Directors in devising strategies to assist with our ambitious growth plans and maintaining superior levels of care.

"With the care sector being challenged like never before during the covid-19 pandemic, our focus at LV is on continuing to drive quality of care and clinical excellence, developing integrated, innovative solutions responding to the local needs of the care sector. Tracey will play a major role in influencing these developments.” 

Ms Gentry added: “I’m really looking forward to the new challenges that this role affords to continue to make a positive difference across the LV care community. A top challenge and priority will be managing a safe and secure environment for our residents across Jersey and the Isle of Man throughout the ongoing pandemic, whilst still continuing to provide excellent service and care to our residents that LV is renowned for.” 

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