High Wycombe homecare provider achieves ‘Good’ rating from industry inspector
A homecare company based in High Wycombe, is celebrating after achieving a ‘good’ rating following an independent review by industry regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Walfinch Mid & South Buckinghamshire, which is based in Cliveden Office Village, High Wycombe, was set up by Greg Renk in late 2020. The team has since expanded with approximately 26 carers and today provides a wide range of care services to people in their home across the local area, including Amersham, Beaconsfield, Chesham, Gerrard’s Cross, High Wycombe, Marlow, Aylesbury, Stoke Mandeville, Tring, Holmer Green and Widmer End.
During the recent inspection, the CQC spent time speaking with care staff, those receiving care, relatives of service users, the managing director Greg Renk and the registered manager, Gina McHugh. They looked to determine whether the service delivered is safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led. The team received ‘good’ ratings in all five areas.
Greg Renk, Managing Director, said: ‘Since launching the business, my team of carers are today providing personal care and support to many people across Buckinghamshire. I’ve worked hard to create somewhere that not only provides very high-quality care to people in our communities, but is a rewarding and enjoyable place to work for our carers. Every day we strive to provide an outstanding service and I’m delighted that the CQC has recognised these efforts, following its inspection.‘
Further information regarding the range of home-based care services available from Walfinch High Wycombe or to find out about current career opportunities with the growing home care team can be found on the Walfinch website or by telephone at 01494 506300.
A copy of the CQC’s report can be downloaded at https://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-9822519953.
Further information about Walfinch’s franchise recruitment can be found at https://walfinchfranchising.com/ or by calling 020 4541 4545.
*Source of information : Press release supplied on behalf of Walfinch Mid & South Buckinghamshire by Peptalk Communications.