Inner-most tender loving care
Anita Alexus Okocha is the Director of Saint-Alexandra Healthcare Services, a Private Duty Specialist Nurse. Anita worked as a professional Journalist and covered the Olympic games in Sydney Australia, All African Games in Johannesburg South Africa, under 20 World Cup in Nigeria amongst many. She worked at the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, and did her placement at Silverbird Communications (Rhythm 93.7 fm) radio station at Lekki Lagos Nigeria. Anita Alexus Graduated from the University of the West of England in Bristol as a Registered Nurse, attended University of West London and New Buckinghamshire University. She worked at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington London, Charing Cross Hospital and Hammersmith now known as Imperial College NHS Trust. Anita Alexus trained as a Critical Care and Orthopaedic Nurse and thereby specialised in Critical Care Nursing. Currently and occassionally working for the Nurse Bank at Imperial College NHS Trust within Intensive Care Units!
Anita is the founder of Saint-Alexandra Healthcare and have been working independently across Intensive Care Units in London hospitals between National Health Service (NHS) and Private Hospitals to include HCA’s, BMI and Bupa as a Specialist Nurse. Academic achievements include BA (Hons) in Mass Communication, Bsc in Adult Nursing, DipHE in Adult Nursing, ENB100, Mentorship in Professional Practice among others. Saint-Alexandra Nurses are fully registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Registration numbers can be verified at any point via http://www.nmc-uk.org/Search-the-register Anita’s registration number is 05F2124E in addition Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS/CRB) can be checked online or can be provided on request. My DBS is expiring 02/2018 fully up to date.
Saint-Alexandra was established to deliver that inner-most tender loving care to those who need to be looked after at some point in life on a one to one basis. We are frontline Group of Independent Critical Care Nurses with many years of experiences and we specialise in all Adult Intensive Care Nursing. Our utmost intention is to support individual patient and family.
We Are Not An Agency: We Are The Direct Frontline Nurses that you Seek! We are Self Employed
Many patients and their families have witnessed the passionate care we offer, we simply offer the best care and advocacy anyone could ever ask for. We care naturally straight from the heart, pure and rich, soft tone of voice and soft touch, we deliver your care with sincere compassion, in kindness and humility, gentleness and patience. We go that extra mile to maintain your Personal Care and Activities of Daily Living to the best and with a lovely smile to make each day count for you and your family.
From us, whatever is worth doing at-all is worth doing well. We take full responsibility and accountability of our actions to ensure rules and regulations governing the Nursing and Midwifery Council are met. ‘The Code of Conduct’ is well respected and adhere to while maintaining philosophy of care and care for humanity at every step of the way. Care is Life to Us!
We would like to thank you Anita specifically for the lovely big smile, always cheerful and assuring, the Nurses, the Physiotherapist and the Doctors for all the care given to my mother during her stay in Intensive Care Unit. The Nurses are fantastic and words cannot express the care given to my mother. You all are Angels, Thank you!
– Wilson Family Surrey
You can forward your complaint or gratitude in writing or telephone to:
Saint-Alexandra Healthcare Services (In Deo Fidemus),
The Nine, 15 Sheet Street,
Windsor, SL4 1BN
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Rest assured there are Nurses and there are Nurses, the question remains who are the Nurses? Or who is the Nurse?
Only a Patient can answer these questions following an experience or experiences as there are huge differences between those who are called by Nature to be a Nurse, a Care Giver, a Life Saver and above all Messengers from the Shepherd to the Flocks whereby a natural attitude of the ‘Good Samaritan’ or relationship of motherhood to mankind reflects in all aspect of care they get involved with, taking extra steps to deliver a compassionate excellent care especially at a very difficult time for patients and their families, compared to those who see nursing as just a job. This is what makes Saint-Alexandra stand-out seeking perfection and satisfaction in every care they deliver as they are called by Nature. The answer is in your own hands and a trial will convince you! Life is a journey, Care is life to us!