Sophia Majaya - Clinical Director
Sophia joined Flint House in January 2018, having to date 19 years experience in Mental Health settings with a background and dual registration in Children’s and Mental Health nursing. In her last role she ran an inpatient CAMHS service where she held the responsibility of operational running, clinical management and CQC registration.
Sophia is committed to maintaining high standards of care throughout the centre. Her aim is to have high expectations and aspirations for each patient accessing Flint House with a positive experience being at the heart of our focus.
Robert Chalmers - Catering Manager.
Robert trained and worked in a varied background of hotel, restaurant and school kitchens, before coming to Flint House in 2003.
Robert encourages his team to gain the best training and experience possible to promote, not only themselves but the Centre as a whole. Robert works with the 'Health & Wellbeing' department developing the Nutrition Awareness class, supported by his brigade, while overseeing the front of house operations, the Dining Room and Bar.
Debbie Homes - Administration Manager.
Debbie joined Flint House in 2010 from a customer service environment leading a team in a high street bank call centre responsible for 300 staff, bringing these skills to the Centre as part of the Flint House Management Team managing Administration, Security and Drivers.
Proud of her team & believes that an efficient, friendly, approach is key to welcoming patients to the Centre to ensure they have a beneficial experience with us.
Nicola Day - Accounts Manager.
Having gained a degree in Economic & Social History, Nicola then took a different direction and worked in the Marketing Department for Northern Telecom creating pricing structures for contracts.
After a brief spell working on payroll and accounts in Oxford Nicola came to Flint House. Nicola has been in post 17 years working in the Accounts Department and has taken on the mantle of HR, Payroll and Pensions and is highly knowledgable of the financial administration of the Centre .
Gail Rainsden - Lead Nurse.
Gail qualified as an RGN in 1985, working as a nurse in Manchester.
Later joining the Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps for 8 years serving home and abroad including the Gulf War 1991, and taking part in a Joint Services Mountaineering Expedition to the Annapurna Range.
After leaving the Army, Gail worked at Derriford Hospital, Plymouth for 5 years specialising in critical care. Gail joined the nursing team at Flint House in 2003 and has been recently appointed to lead the Nursing team, believing good health is the achievement of physical, psychological, spiritual and social wellbeing.
Ian Barron BSc Hons degree Physiotherapy, Diploma in Society of Orthopaedic Medicine.
Ian worked in the NHS for 5 years at the Oxford Radcliffe NHS trust specialising in musculoskeletal trauma and Orthopaedics prior to joining Flint House in 2003. In 2006 he became the Deputy Superintendent of the Rehabilitation department and after 10 years has now taken on the superintendent role managing a team of 17 Physios, 4 Rehab Therapists and 3 Physiotherapy assistants. Ian continues to work clinically in a private practice two evenings a week which he has done for the last 13 years while at Flint House.
Sandra is the Flint House HR Manager. Initially trained as a secretary but found her roles progressed into HR and 9 years ago decided to follow this route, gaining CIPD qualification at the beginning of 2013. Sandra has worked in both public and private companies, spending the last 15 years in the education sector.
Tracey qualified as an RMN in 1989 having completed her nurse training at York School of Nursing. She worked in the NHS for 16 years gaining experience in a wide number of mental health settings including a therapeutic community for young adults, EMI wards and adult psychiatry. She specialised in Child and Adolescent Mental Health for 11 years working on an inpatient unit and as a CPN. Prior to joining Flint House in 2015 Tracey worked in a private inpatient psychiatric clinic treating adults who presented with a variety of mental health problems.
Lee Dixon – Estates Manager
Lee joined Flint House on the 9th of January 2009 as a Housekeeping assistant. In 2012 Lee transferred to the maintenance department to develop himself. Lee was promoted to Deputy Manager of the maintenance department in October 2018. In February 2019 he was promoted to the position of maintenance manager.
Lee runs the maintenance department supported by his team to keep Flint house fully operational 24/7 ensuring Flint House runs smoothly alongside Gardening keeping all areas inside and outside at their best Also Lee ensures all facilities are functioning ensuring all patients and staff enjoy their time at Flint House.
Lee believes from his experience here at Flint House so far that if you work hard enough anything is possible.