Key Staff

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Bill Mehta - Care Home Manager & Provider

I’m Bill Mehta the managing director of Quinton House & Quinton Gardens Nursing Home.

Aged 18 I began plying my trade in the market and later progressed into wholesale supply, over fourteen years I built my business into a thriving multi-national company supplying some of the largest food outlets in the country.

Though I had achieved relative success in the food processing industry, in 2011 I developed a desire do something more purposeful, that purpose became clear when I was offered the opportunity to purchase Quinton House Nursing Home, shortly after the unexpected passing of my mother, who was very dear to me, She was 68 years of age, she was largely the platform for all of my success, I can empathise with all family members who want their loved ones to have the most excellent care in there twilight years, my vision for Quinton House is built on creating a loving, homely atmosphere, I meticulously interview each staff member to make sure they share the same ideals. We offer a higher staff-to-resident ratio than most care homes, with 24-hour nursing.

When I purchased Quinton House Nursing Home, I set about raising the standards and developing the site to its maximum potential, in 2013 we opened Quinton Gardens Specialist Dementia Unit which is now home to 35 residents.

In four years the home has risen to become one of the – if not the – best in Warwickshire, picking up Industry Awards and being ranked in the top 20 most recommended homes in 2014 & 2015.

We are continually finding ways to improve the home and achieve our maximum potential.

Angie Pearce - Clinical Manager

I have worked in the healthcare sector for over 25 years

Registered Nurse (Diploma in Nursing)

BSc Hons & BA Hons

Level 5 in Management & Leadership

Specialist Courses in Teaching & Assessing, Palliative & Advanced Care, Safeguarding, Medication

Previously Registered Manager, Deputy Manager, Senior Sister & Nurse in the NHS & Care Homes (both home and abroad)

Joined Quinton as the Clinical Manager in January 2022 to support Bill in his strive for quality and excellent care in a homely and welcoming environment. As soon as you walk through the doors of Quinton you get ‘that feeling’ that your loved one will be well looked after. We have a dedicated and caring team who will do just that and I am proud to be part of that team. Let me show you what Quinton has to offer in caring for your loved one.

Seth Copeland - Deputy Manager

My name is Seth Copeland, and I am a Registered Mental Health Nurse with 10 years UK experience .

I previously worked as a financial planning manager and my journey to being a nurse began when I lost a family member to mental health. As a family, we felt due to lack of knowledge in understanding of the condition and its presentation symptoms, as well as the poor service we received from the mental health team led to the unfortunate. I felt the calling to become a nurse , a carer , a person who would do his best to understand and make a difference to others. My mindset was that if I just help one family , I would be pleased.

With my journey so far as a nurse, I worked within the mental health acute units as community mental health nurse CPN within the NHS as a band 6 nurse. I also worked within the community memory team in the NHS which has helped me to accumulate the knowledge and understanding of service users and how to promote quality of care with empathy, compassion and person-centred care, and working collaboratively with families to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the mental health conditions. Specialising in dementia care needs has led me to my present position.

Working in the private sector was very different to the NHS and I found it difficult until I started at Quinton House. Here, I felt not only were there systems and structures in place but also the team ethic and the genuineness, empathy, and compassion of the staff care delivery. I realised we share the same values hence I believed I was in the right place to work with a passion like many others here.

Over the last year, I have experienced the level of care delivered and the transformation that has been made in most of our service users. The commitment to community development among the families, carers, and external agencies has helped to create a working ‘’home from home’’ environment that helps to promotes quality of care delivery to our residents and this can be referenced on