Our strength is in the experience and skills of our team.
The team at Eximius has over 80 years’ combined experience and knowledge of the care industry.
Before founding Eximius in 2016, Kate ran a care franchise for 13 years employing over 100 carers and caring for more than 350 clients at any one time.
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Many of her clients needed live-in care which quickly became her passion.
“Throughout my career, I have seen the enormous impact live-in care has on people’s lives. Our clients are happier in their own homes, surrounded by their comforts with easy access to their friends and family. Our carers and companions relieve them of any anxiety they might have felt about living on their own, or coping with the logistics of daily life.
And the families we support no longer have to worry about the safety of their parent or friend. They have the peace of mind to know they are in safe, nurturing hands.
I want all our clients to be delighted by our service and ensure they are treated with dignity and respect.”
Maria looks after the day to day management of the Eximius team. She joined Eximius in 2018 after 20 years working in the care industry.
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“I started out in domiciliary care, working in a variety of areas such as mental health, stroke care, dementia care and end of life. I moved into care recruitment and became passionate about matching carers to clients. I eventually managed live-in care services working with people with spinal injuries, head injuries, MS and other conditions.
I am passionate about making a difference to the lives of others.”
Dawn has been working within the care sector for over 25 years and started her career in care as a care worker. She gained an NVQ level 5 in Health and Social Care and worked towards becoming a Registered Care Manager.
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“I love working in care and get great satisfaction in helping people remain as independent as they can at home. I especially enjoy supporting people who are living with Dementia and supporting people who have palliative care needs. I get a great deal of pleasure in thinking “outside of the box “ and helping others enjoy their lives fully.”
Claire joined Eximius in August 2020 as the Clinical Lead, supporting staff, clients and companions. She worked in the NHS for 24 years, initially working in an administration role and then completed her Mental Health Nurse training in 2006.
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After qualifying, she worked as a Community Mental Health Nurse and then as a Specialist Addictions Nurse, working mainly in primary care alongside GP’s. More recently, Claire worked in nurse training and education, supporting staff in achieving their pre nursing qualifications.
“My role gives me opportunities to meet, help and improve both the lives of our clients and staff. Holistic care and wellbeing are at the heart of what Eximius strive for and I am very pleased to contribute to achieving this for everyone we work with.”
Jenny joined Eximius in 2017 after working as a receptionist in a Doctors’ surgery. During this time, she completed a diploma in health care and assisted with a range of clinical procedures that fueled her interest in caring for people.
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“In 2017 my mother was sadly diagnosed with Vascular dementia and passed away later that year. During that time, I learned a huge amount about dementia and the way it affects family members both emotionally and practically.
If I had known about the excellent care provided by Eximius whilst my mum was alive, I would have not hesitated to ask for their help to look after her.”
Field Care Supervisor
Lisa has worked in the care sector for 23 years in both domiciliary and hospital settings. She has experience caring for people with a wide variety of complex needs, including MS, motor neurone disease, brain injury, palliative care and dementia.
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“People thrive better when they have support from the community. As a Field Care Supervisor, I am privileged to assist people get the help and support they need to live the lives they choose.”
Field Care Supervisor
Candice joined the Eximius team in August 2020. She has been working in the care sector for ten years. She has an NVQ in level 2 health and social care and is currently working on her level 3.
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Candice started off as a domiciliary carer, and moved her way up the ranks to senior carer, FCS, Care Co-Ordinator. She has worked in a nursing home and in domiciliary care.
Candice worked with Kate at her previous company and is thrilled to be back working for her!
“I love working in the care industry as no two days are ever the same. It is rewarding to work for a company that believes in values and person centred care and going that extra mile to make a client happy and their staff.”
Katie joined Eximius in February 2021 as a project administrator having previously volunteered for a care company in 2018, which she loved.
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Katie’s role within Eximius is speaking to carer’s employed by the company to help create personals profiles that can be sent to clients. Additionally, Katie, pre-screens new candidates, inputs data to excel spreadsheets, organises files, produces information sheets, manages the phones and archives. Katie helps ensure the smooth running of the office.
Dr Bashir graduated from Kings College London GKT School of Medicine with Distinction in 2006. After completing his foundation training in London, he completed Acute Care Training in Manchester and London before completing his GP training in Oxford, in 2013.
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He is currently a GP Partner and GP Trainer in a busy Oxford NHS surgery. He is the Adult Safeguarding GP Lead for the surgery and looks after several nursing homes in Oxford. He also works for FedBucks as an Out-of-Hours Mobile GP, providing urgent medical care to the vulnerable housebound population of High Wycombe and the surrounding areas. Dr Bashir has a special interest in Older Adult Medicine including Dementia/Palliative Care, Men’s Health and Learning Disability.
Dr Bhella graduated from Norwich Medical School in 2008 and then completed his GP Training in Oxford in 2013. He currently works as an Acute Interface GP at the prestigious John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
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Dr Bhella has extensive experience as an A&E doctor and excels in the care of acutely unwell and elderly patients. Furthermore, he works as an Out-of-Hours mobile and triaging GP. Here he provides urgent medical care and advice to the vulnerable, housebound population of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Dr Bhella enjoys all aspects of general medicine and has a specialist interest in musculoskeletal medicine, Dermatology and Wellbeing preventative medicine.