Belmont Healthcare managing director Adam Hutchison, tops his previous award for Outstanding Contribution to the social care sector in Kent with an award for Outstanding Contribution to Social Care award at the Great South East British Care Awards.
Adam entered the sector in 2011 taking over two care homes in Kent which quickly expanded to four, and more recently the purchase of Edendale Lodge, formerly Green Hill Care Home, in Crowhurst, East Sussex and Haslington Lodge in Dartford, Kent.
Commenting on the recent award win Adam Hutchison says: “Entering the private social care sector is the best thing I ever did. I do have to pass on thanks to my amazing team and family who all believe caring has to come from the heart whilst proactively raising standards and making positive changes. It has become my mission to create a thriving care business where warm home-from-home principles are at the core of all we do.”
The Great South East Care Awards are part of the Great British Care Awards, a series of 9 regional awards celebrating excellence across the care sector. The purpose of the awards is to promote best practice within both home care and care homes sectors, and pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.
Winners of the Great South East Care Awards will go through to the national final at Birmingham’s ICC on the 8th March 2019.
Adam is Managing Director at Belmont Healthcare Group, Private Healthcare Entrepreneur and Charity Trustee of the Care Workers Charity, strongly believing in the need to offer true support to those working in the sector that may require a helping hand one day. He is also the Vice Chair of the Kent Integrated Care Alliance and a board member of the Care Association Alliance raising strategic issues for care providers on a national scale.