Michelle Kudhail, Director of Clinical Excellence
Michelle is responsible for directing and promoting continuous improvements in clinical governance, best practice and quality of care delivery across all our homes.
Michelle is responsible for directing and promoting continuous improvements in clinical governance, best practice and quality of care delivery across our homes.
Her role sees her lead and supports the Quality Assurance team and in turn the Home Managers to ensure that every Hamberley Care Home delivers an exceptional care experience.
Through the Clinical Governance and Clinical Innovation and Best Practice Forums, Hamberley Care Homes strive to improve the quality of the resident’s experience and care outcomes and ensure compliance with internal and external quality standards.
Michelle is a highly skilled clinician with 27 years’ experience in healthcare, both within the NHS and the independent sector.
Her career started with achievement of a BSc in Physiotherapy in 1991 following which she commenced employment within Southampton General Hospital, gaining experience in a range of specialisms.
Whilst there her interest in Neurology and Neurorehabilitation was nurtured and then enhanced by a year working in a Rehab centre in Chicago, with the opportunity to learn new skills.
Paul Hill, CEO and Michelle Kudhail, Director of Clinical Excellence
On return to the UK, she enhanced her expertise by assisting in developing the gait laboratory within the Neurorehab hospital and expanding her skills in biomechanical analysis, orthotics and spasticity management.
She completed a masters level Injection Therapy course (2006) and Non-medical prescribing qualification (2008) at Coventry University and whilst working as a lead clinician in a regional specialist NHS hospital (Central England Rehabilitation Unit).
Since leaving the NHS in 2010 she has successfully commissioned and established a number of Neuro services (Hunters Moor in Birmingham and Badby Park Group), leading the teams and developing the facilities to become successful and award winning.
Throughout all of her career, she been able to work with eminent Professors and leading clinicians and has many links with organisations in the healthcare field, including UKABIF, regional ABIF’s and INPA.
As a physio by profession, Michelle has an interest in maintaining physically active, with a background in dance, rowing, fencing and tennis, although more recently this has been limited to walking Dexter, the dog.