19th June 2019
CLCA Nursing is proud to welcome Paul Maybury into his role as Clinical Manager. We feel it is important to work on a personal connection between office staff, clinical staff and our wonderful clients so we focused our Staff Spotlight on Paul so you can learn a bit more about him.
I’ve been a qualified Paediatric Nurse since ’06.
I started my nursing career at the Birmingham Children’s Hospital working in the Emergency Dept. and remained there for 5yrs. To further develop my practice and gain more diverse experience I divided my shifts between the ED and the other specialist paediatric wards at BCH during my last 2yrs there.
From there I did a short stint with AMG Nursing as a Community Complex Care Lead that unfortunately didn’t pan out but did lead me into the next phase of my career as a School Nurse.
I spent the next 2 ½ yrs working at the Lord Silkin School/Lakeside Academy. It’s actually quite unusual for a Nurse to staff one Local Authority school only as they normally oversee several but due to Lord Silkin previously being the main school within the catchment for students with Physical Disabilities and still having quite a high number of PD students a Nurse on-site was required to enable them to attend a mainstream school.
Immediately prior to joining CLCA, I worked for 5yrs at Concord College, an international private boarding school, the last 2yrs as the Senior College Nurse running a busy Medical Centre there.
I have joined CLCA as the Clinical Manager and in that role, I work to provide a consistent point of contact and support for our clients, staff in the field, other office-based staff as well as our colleagues from the various CCGs and MDTs. It is a very varied role and keeps me on my toes but I am relishing the challenges.
My role consists of deputising for the Managing Director; providing oversight to all areas of clinical care relating to client packages; and managing staff development.
I am now a Registered Manager with the CQC. This means that I share responsibility with the MD in ensuring the care CLCA provides not only meets the “Good” rating we were awarded during our last inspection but also strives to reach the “Outstanding” so rarely awarded with new initiatives.
When I’m not in the office my wife and three children are normally making sure I’m plenty busy, two teenagers and an eight-year-old provide lots to keep up with.
If I do get any time to myself I’m an avid reader, a film buff and a frustrated artist but my absolute passion is rock climbing. I’m in the middle of planning my first big climbing holiday abroad for my fortieth next year and I’m very excited 🙂
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