The Healthcare Homes family

Our values – Committed, Compassionate and Caring – set out our work culture. A culture we call ‘the Healthcare Homes family’, where every member of our work family supports and cares for each other with the same dedication as we do our residents and clients.

We pride ourselves in investing in our teams because, without you, we could not provide the high standards of care that we have been recognised for by the Care Quality Commission, our statutory regulator and Local Authorities.

We strive to ensure that your job is both rewarding and satisfying, and are committed to providing ongoing training, recognition and support.

Career progression

Whatever your ambitions, if you have the right attitude and motivation, we’ll support you to develop your talents and your career with us. This could mean climbing the career ladder to a management position or even moving to a completely different role or discipline entirely. If you’re committed to the people we support, we’re committed to supporting you and your aspirations.

Recognition and reward

No one likes to feel like their hard work has gone unnoticed, which is why we like to make a big deal about the little things. From little impromptu gestures to more formal recognition and long-service awards, we strive to make sure everyone in the Healthcare Homes family knows how valued they are.

Diversity and inclusion

Every member of the Healthcare Homes family is a unique individual with their own background, identity and circumstances. We celebrate this diversity and wholeheartedly believe that everyone should feel valued, accepted and supported to succeed at work.


We recognise that being emotionally healthy is just as important as being physically healthy. That’s why we offer unlimited access to our Employee Assistance Programme – offering financial and legal support as well as counselling services – to help you navigate and overcome any mental health challenges that come your way.

Want to know if working in care is for you?

Call us on 01206 987499 or fill out our simple enquiry form for an informal chat with one of our friendly recruitment advisors.

Meet Tracey

Recently nominated for a Lifetime Achievement award for her dedication to care, Home Manager Tracey Morris has really made The Hillings Care Home in St Neots her second home.

Tracey joined The Hillings in 1983, first working as a senior carer, then progressing to head of dementia, deputy manager and home manager over the years.

Tracey has celebrated her wedding, four children and eight grandchildren with her team at the home, with three of her daughters working alongside her as a senior carer, activity coordinator and housekeeper.

She explains:

“I love the Hillings and am completely loyal to the home – we had one resident who had been here for 17 years and I promised I would stay as long as she did.

“We are a team, a family and we have our ups and downs, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

On being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018 Tracey continued to work throughout – timing her chemotherapy sessions for days off and weekends, only taking time off when she had surgery. She says that working at The Hillings kept her going throughout this difficult period.

Tracey’s lifetime in care is far from over and we can’t wait to see what Tracey will achieve next.

The Hillings care home, St Neots, Cambridgeshire | Healthcare Homes
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