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Meet our Team

Eva Porter

Eva Porter graduated from Adult Nursing at London South Bank University and completed her clinical placement at Guys and St Thomas Hospital in London. She also holds a BSc in Business Management.

She landed her first nursing role at Warwick Hospital in their frailty unit where she gained experienced in elderly and dementia care. She moved onto working in acute settings such as ITU, A&E, CCU, Admissions Unit and Stroke units before eventually opening Hartley Locums with the aim of providing a better care in the community.

Olivia

I started working in care, to aid me with my work experience for my access to my midwifery course. I found that once I had started the job I had such a passion for care and I decided to concentrate on becoming a carer full time. It gives me great fulfilment to help the people we care for.

Claire

I’ve worked in care for the past twenty two years both in residential and home care . Its a career I love and while it can be demanding its also so rewarding knowing that you can make a difference in someone's life , and enable.them to be able to live safely in their own homes for as long as possible.

Abi

I've only just began working within care with Hartley Locums. However it has always been something I have wanted to do because I think it is a very rewarding job and I enjoy being able to provide the help and care that people would like in the comfort of their own home.

Kat

I’ve only recently become a carer from previously working with children and being a full time mum. It’s such a rewarding job and gives you a great feeling to know that you are making a difference to someone’s life by giving help and support for them to live in their own home where they are most comfortable

Amy

I have been involved in every kind of care from residential, nursing and on a dementia unit and domiciliary care for the past 5 years. And I enjoy being a carer as its the most rewarding and challenging job ive done, I love knowing I have made a difference to someones day.

Helen

My career in care started in the early 80s when I left school. I've worked in nursing and residential homes looking after the eldery with dementia and other life limiting disabilitys. I have also worked in re-hab looking after disabled adults. I find the job I do very challenging sometimes but very rewarding knowing I'm making a difference to somebody that is less fortunate than myself.

Nicola

I have been working as a carer for Hartley Locums since December, I enjoy helping our clients maintain some independence in their homes. I am also taking on an administration role within the company, helping with marketing, client feedback, and advertising.

Heidi

I have been working for two years as a home carer, working with elderlies, disabilities and dementia. I enjoy working as a home carer supporting our clients and giving them the independence to carry on living in their own homes.