Meet the Team

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Nithin Mathew Home Manager the Boynes

Nithin Mathew

Home Manager / Registered Nurse

Hi, I am Nithin. I have been working with the Future Care Group for the last 3 years. I started off in the group as a staff nurse at the Boynes Care Centre where I was able to spend quality time with the service users and learn the values of the company.

Later on, as Deputy Manager where I enjoyed learning from the challenges of working together with a highly talented team who provided meaningful, quality care to the service users in the home.

Recently I took the post of the Home Manager and I am looking forward to working with the team to provide the best care possible to our residents. I am passionate about working with our residents and learning more about them as well as creating person-centred care plans which cater to our residents’ individuality.

When I am away from work, I love spending time with my family, listening to music, watching movies and playing badminton.

Adam Millis Deputy Manager the Boynes

Adam Millis

Deputy Manager / Registered Nurse / Dementia Lead

I qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2001 and have worked in the clinical setting and Managerial/Commissioning roles both here in the UK and abroad.

I have worked for Future Care Group for the past 3 years. I am highly focused on providing the best possible care for residents ensuring they are comfortable and receiving the very best in holistic person-centred care.

I am passionate about my job and have a specific interest in Dementia Care, and what good Dementia Care should look like, it’s about really getting to know residents – the little things can be so important.

In my spare time I enjoy exercising and catching up with friends and family. On a typical day off you will find me either up the local hills with my dog or chilling on the sofa with Netflix.

Lynsey Bozward Administration Manager the Boynes

Lynsey Bozward

Administration Manager

I have worked as an Administrator for twenty years with the past 8 years focused on the Care sector.
Since joining The Boynes in February 2022, I can honestly say it is an absolute pleasure to come into work every morning and work with such wonderful colleagues, residents and visiting family members. The atmosphere is always very upbeat and everyone is happy. It is an honour to be part of such a welcoming team.
When not at work, I love to spend time with my husband and two small children. As a family, we enjoy climbing mountains, gardening, exploring new places and visiting our relatives.

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Samantha Buckely

Lifestyle Lead

I have been in care for 10 years and I love my job because it enables me to give the best quality of life to our residents as possible. I love making people smile and making people feel safe. I love singing to our residents the most as it really brightens everyone’s day, the residents thoroughly enjoy it and look forward to it every week. The residents remember the songs I sing and request them which amazes me!

I enjoy keeping fit and go to the gym regularly. I also have a 5 year old son, who really enjoys coming in to see the residents at The Boynes. I love The Boynes, it is like a family. We are so lucky to be in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside and have beauty right on our doorstep!

Tina Gwamba, Registered Nurse at The Boynes Care Centre

Tina Gwamba

Registered Nurse

Nursing is more than a career for me; it is also my passion.

The Boynes is a very friendly place to work and the residents are well cared for here. I love being part of a team that delivers care with compassion, comfort and credibility and makes a difference to the lives of the residents in our care.  I love to look after our residents with the same conscientious, caring and attentive attitude as if they were a part of my own family. 

In my spare time I love to read inspirational books and listen to music. I also enjoy spending time with my family and going for walks around the Malvern hills.

Joel Carvalho Head of Maintenance the Boynes

Joel Carvalho

Head of Maintenance

Maintenance work in a Care Home must involve all departments and because of that, I believe that teamwork is fundamental. Having a good relationship with the team makes it easy to communicate different needs and to learn something new every day.

Since my first day at The Boynes, I have tried my best to be of help to the staff and solve problems as soon as possible.

It’s good to work in a company that gives us the tools we need to comply with the legislation and keep the Care Home functioning correctly.

Honestly, the team at The Boynes is amazing, we all have our different personalities but at the end of the day we feel like we learn from each other. I believe that all this is due to having good management who know the issues that arise and work by our side every day.

As our shifts can sometimes be difficult and intense, I use my free time relaxing with my family and enjoying my hobbies: fishkeeping and cooking.

 

Pat Salter Head of Housekeeping the Boynes

Pat Salter

Head of Housekeeping

I started my career at the Boynes as MS Specialist Carer and was soon promoted to a Senior Carer.
Since 2017, I have decided to have a change of career to better suit my home-life balance and so have become the Head of Housekeeping. I thoroughly enjoy my job, always make sure I have a smile for every resident and no job that is asked of me is too much trouble. The residents’ needs are always at the heart of every task I undertake.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my husband and family by going out for meals or by dancing the night away.