Our People

Meet the Rushcliffe Care Team

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Rushcliffe Care - Our People
Rushcliffe Care Home - Surjit Rai
Surjit Rai, CEO


Commenced Company Business in 1989 and has successfully grown it from 56 beds to now well over 1000 beds including a wide portfolio of diverse services (Mental Health, Learning Difficulties, Rehabilitation, Old Persons: Nursing & Residential speciality nursing and challenging behaviours).


He leads on strategy & finance, new projects and builds.
Surjit is totally committed to operating a Premier Healthcare Quality Service across the UK and growing within local markets to meet the needs of the community


Rushcliffe Care Home - K Noon
K Noon, Group Operations Director


A dual qualified nurse by background, who holds many management qualifications.
Karen is focussed on developing and maintaining quality services throught the Rushcliffe Care Group and by up skilling the workforce (by both internal and external accredited courses). This enables the employee group to be able to deliver Quality in whichever setting they are employed within.
Karen’s brief is to wholly cover the Group’s direction in terms of Operations and Human Resources and she reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and the Board.


She is ably supported by a Senior Management and Admin Team.


Rushcliffe Care Home - Dr Vinod Singh<br/>MBBS, BSc, MD, FRCPsych
Dr Vinod Singh
MBBS, BSc, MD, FRCPsych, Medical Director & Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Vinod Singh is an award winning Consultant Psychiatrist who brings a wealth of expertise as a forward thinking clinician with academic orientation, having worked for and contributed to the NHS for over 25 years as a Consultant in Birmingham services.His special interests and research have included Psychopharmacology, developing and improving Care Pathways and Crisis/Home Treatment Services with an additional focus of reducing ethnic inequalities in service provision. He has been a recognised higher specialist trainer for many years and has championed the concepts of humanistic care, positive risk taking while promoting care in community through an effective Crisis/Home treatment approach as part of comprehensive care.