As a Senior Manager, Gurpreet is committed to taking NobleCare forward as a leading specialist provider of care for people with learning disabilities. Gurpreet has led the organisation since 2006, during which time it has grown steadily, adding five residential services and linked supported living services. Gurpreet previously practiced as a GP and worked in mental health for 20 years. Gurpreet regards his primary challenge as developing the quality of NobleCare’s services. He says, “We have demonstrably excellent outcomes and the teamwork here is second to none.” He received his Masters in Business Administration from INSEAD
Driving Song: One Vision by Queen
Mick has over 30 years of experience of managing both residential care and supported living services for people with a learning disability. Mick began his career working as a support worker for a small charity organisation before moving on to work for one of the leading housing & care providers in the west midlands where he worked for over 25 years. He had various roles in this company as a Registered Manager with CQC and Locality Manager for services in and around the Birmingham and Solihull area. Mick’s previous services had a reputation for delivering high quality, innovative, service user led support that promoted each individuals potential.
Mick says “Giving people the opportunity to have choice and control over the things that are important to them encourages people to achieve positive outcomes because they are able to live the life they want”.
Driving song – “With a little help from my friends” – Joe Cocker
As a registered manager, Martyn has been part of NobleCare since its inception and continues to support people with a diverse range of disabilities and needs. He trained and qualified as a nurse which was followed by a 12 year spell in HM Forces. Martyn returned to the care profession in 1993 and has since worked for Scope and as a deputy manager for large care company where he successfully passed his C&G Advanced Management for Care with distinction. Martyn manages two NobleCare homes. He uses his passion for photography to great effect, including the many images on this website.
Driving Song: Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) by Jimi Hendrix
Tracy joined NobleCare in 2008 after working in the care sector for 6 years. Tracy initially commenced work as a Life Skills Officer and was a two time winner of the NobleCare Care Contribution Award. She brings enthusiasm and energy to her role and progressed through the organisation to become a Registered Manager in 2013. She currently supports adults with very complex needs. Tracy says “I get great satisfaction from care plan reviews, when it is clear that the person has made great progress and has been empowered to fulfil their goals”.
Driving Song: Cavalleria Rusticana – Intermezzo by Pietro Mascagni
Emma joined NobleCare in 2012, following her role as Chief Administration Officer at a charity. Emma started work in healthcare following a period of working in HR roles within the financial recruitment and advertising industries. Working in partnership with care home and service managers, Emma is responsible for the delivery of HR strategy at NobleCare. This helps to support the people we care for and ensures all staff are equipped to deliver exceptional care. Emma’s role also ensures that all people policies and procedures are applied consistently and fairly across the organisation.
Driving Song: Happy by Pharrell Williams