Staff

We have 22 staff with years of combined experience and most live locally. We offer all our staff ongoing industry training and currently most have their Level 3 and are working towards their Level 4 certificates in Health and Wellbeing.

Tracey Dimmock-Rump (Facility Manager)

Tracey has over 10 years in the industry and has worked towards the goal of running her own resthome since the day she started in the industry. “I have never loved a job so much; it’s an honour and a privilege to do what I do”. “Every day is different and I have had the pleasure of being involved with so many amazing people of all ages”. A mum of 2 teenage boys, Mitchell and Ashtyn have had the privilege also of growing up in the industry and enjoy spending time with Tracey at the home washing the van or helping with the computer / printing and of course chatting to the residents.

Karen Murray (Clinical Manager, Registered Nurse).

Trained in England Karen has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to nursing, she has been involved in all aspects of care, from surgical to managing facilities, geriatric nursing to training army cadets. She recently became an accredited healthcare sector auditor so has been an asset to the Amberley team with this experience and knowledge. Karen is in charge of the clinical care side at the home and heads the training program where she is also an assessor for Careerforce so our staff are supported immensely with their ongoing  training.  Karen loves aged care and has found her role very rewarding.

Erica Collins (Facility Coordinator)

Erica has been with Amberley resthome for over 6 years now where her role started as caregiving and has now grown to the day to day running of the facility in her administration role, and she has also completed her certificate in Diversional Therapy Level 4. Erica is at reception everyday between 8am and 12noon so pop in and say hi.

Judy McDonald (Administrator Support)

Judy, Tracey’s mum assists and supports Erica and Karen with the paperwork and current best practises. She is responsible for ensuring we meet industry standards in but not limited to infection control, restraint minimisation and helps maintain our quality program from Healthcare Compliance Solutions Ltd. Judy has also been a part of the aged care industry for the best part of 30 years. So when she says something we tend to listen cause she does know a lot.

Senior Healthcare Assistants

Mariska in the pm and Sue in the am are both very experienced healthcare assistants whom are continuing their study to obtain their certificates in  Health and Wellbeing Level 4. Both ladies have a real empathy for the elderly and do a fabulous job supporting our team of caregivers to ensure they are all doing a wonderful job also.

Healthcare Assistants

Vikki       (Level 3)

Andrea

Christina (Level 3)

Rowena  (Level 3)

Brooke   (Year 2 Nursing)

Danielle  (Year 2 Nursing)

Barbara

Chantelle

Lyn

Kylie   (Level 3)  

Sue M

Karen R

Reuben (Level 2)

Noni      (Level 3)

All our team do a fabulous job assisting you so you can enjoy each and everyday with confidence. 

Kitchen Team

Lead by Chantelle whom has also been in the industry for over 7 years and has a real passion and flair for cooking. Our residents enjoy all these delights day in and day out and our food is all made onsite when possible. Chantelle enjoys preparing nutritious, yummy meals and in her words “loves spoiling the residents”. Chantelle started at Amberley Resthome in a nightshift role caregiving to now doing a job she just loves even more.

Leeann  Georgia and Sarah cover our weeknights and weekends and keep the yummy theme running, with roast day on a Sunday.

Cleaning

The multi-talented, cleaner extraordinaire, Megan does a fabulous job cleaning; she is so quick if you blink you may miss her and she loves popping by cleaning and chatting as she goes.

Maintenance and Gardening

This is maintained by Tracey’s dad (Murray) and KP (other mother) and husband Grant between them they have years of experience pottering, and combined do a great job keeping the home ticking over. You will often see one or more of them out in the garden or hanging around the kitchen for a tasty morsel and a cuppa.

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