‘She personifies kindness’ - Northumberland Heath carer from Dartford given top award

PUBLISHED: 11:30 01 November 2017

Susan Magomo

Susan Magomo


She was praised by residents and co-workers

A carer whose “smile lights up the home” she works in has been given a special award.

Susan Magomo, a care assistant at Heathfield Court Care Home in Northumberland Heath was rewarded on Monday with a Heart of Gold award.

The Dartford resident was nominated by residents and co-workers to receive the award, but picked up the top prize out of 62 nominees.

Janet Collings, manager of Heathfield Court said: “Susan works as part of the nursing unit team. She personifies kindness. Her smile lights up the home and she is highly valued and much loved by residents, relatives and staff alike. This is a very well-deserved award and we are all thrilled for her”.

Ms Magomo said: “The residents here at Heathfield are everything to me – I love spending time with them and helping and supporting them the best I can.

“I hope to make a difference to their life every day. Thank you to all those who nominated me”

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