THE MEASURE OF GOOD CARE

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly - - FACING THE TOUGH STUFF -

There’s a say­ing at Ry­man Health­care that’s used as the measure for most sit­u­a­tions, “it has to be good enough for Mum”. It was Ry­man Health­care CEO Gor­don Ma­cLeod’s grand­mother who rst brought Ry­man to his at­ten­tion when she was a res­i­dent at Ry­man’s Mar­garet Stod­dart Re­tire­ment Vil­lage in Christchurch 22 years ago. “We were de­lighted with the in­cred­i­ble care and at­ten­tion she re­ceived,” Gor­don says. This care was what made him proud to join the com­pany sev­eral years later. Now CEO, he says he has built up great in­sight into the special qual­i­ties that make Ry­man so suc­cess­ful. “These are fun­da­men­tally the kind­ness of our staff and the qual­ity of our liv­ing and care ex­pe­ri­ence for res­i­dents. “We of­fer res­i­dents beau­ti­ful re­tire­ment liv­ing options but, most im­por­tantly, the se­cu­rity and peace of mind of know­ing that there is great care avail­able when needed,” says Gor­don. “Our motto that our care ‘has to be good enough for Mum’ is al­ways at the fore­front of what we do. This is the Ry­man way.”

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