“Remeo has been shortlisted for the Nursing Times Awards in the Respiratory Nursing category. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Nursing Times Awards.
The Nursing Times Awards recognise those making nursing an innovative, patient-focused and inclusive profession. This year’s award ceremony will be extra special and another opportunity to promote the hard work and dedication of the nursing profession everywhere. Remeo was shortlisted for creating its advanced high dependency respiratory nursing course. Looking to equip its staff with intensive care but also rehab skills and not finding any suitable courses, Remeo set up its own curriculum and had it accredited by the University of Surrey.
Now in its 5th year, the course has seen candidates from various organisations – acute care, rehab services, neuro rehab services – and allows them to progress to senior nursing roles.
Stella Shailer, Remeo’s Training and Quality Manager, who runs the course commented: “This course has proved to be very popular amongst our staff and enabled career progression and helped improve patient outcomes.
A patient at the Lane Fox Remeo Respiratory Centre expressed their thanks with a gift of a beautiful cake. This was no ordinary cake, as the maker had decorated the cake with a figure of a patient on a ventilator.
The Remeo team were delighted by this kind gesture. Whereas a normal cake is usually gone within a minutes, this one is still placed on reception to be admired and appreciated.
Remeo is all about improving life for people with complex respiratory ventilation requirements. The end result is to enable people to return home after prolonged critical illness.
When they say thank you to me, that’s everything, states Kristian, Deputy Clinical Manager. A sentiment echoed by many of the clinical team, recently interviewed, who explained what they do and why they enjoy their work. Please listen to their thoughts here.
Summed up by Jana, Managing Director of Remeo, who said: “Once you starting working for Remeo, you are very likely to enjoy it and to stay. As it is very rewarding to see what we can do for our patients.”
If you are interested in joining our passionate and dedicated team, apply here.
From Wednesday 25 March we will no longer be allowing visitors for inpatients
To reduce the spread of infection we are not allowing visitors to our Centre. This will help minimise the number of people in the Centre and reduce the risk of spreading infection to protect our patients and staff.
There may be exceptional circumstances to this which we will discuss with you on an individual basis.
Jana Schulte Remeo Director, presented Jenny one of the Remeo Respiratory Care Assistants with a ‘Star of the month’ recognition award for being Caring and Effective. Jenny effectively delivered patient care, whilst managing other unexpected service needs.
Andrea Kinkade, CEO of Active Care Group, presented Christine a Remeo Ward Clerk with a ‘Star of the month’ recognition award for being Safe and Caring. Christine went above and beyond her normal duties to support patients and staff.
The Royal College of Nursing published some videos on their website in
their “member stories” section, showing a good example of how workplace
adjustments were achieved by Lane Fox Remeo in collaboration with their
employee, following diagnosis of a chronic illness.
Video clips include the perspective of Ana, the member of staff, Michelle (Head of Nursing) and Lucy (Clinical Centre Manager) at Lane Fox Remeo and Catherine Garner, the local regional RCN Officer. Take a moment to listen to their story here: