He was recognized for his dedication to the people he looks after and the effort he makes to get to know them well.
The Judges said he keeps up staff morale o make challenging days easier and he has contributed greatly to the success of the home.
Mr. Koroma said: “Being a manager is not easy job-long hours, sleepless nights, daily struggles and the hair.
“However, it is all worth it when you win an award like this. I wish to thank my team, my peers and all my lovely residents. Koroma stated.
The nationals take place in Birmingham in March, 2019. Barchester Park View is a care home registered for 108 residents, providing residents and nursing care.
This community is for young people under the age of 65, who have a diagnosis of young onset dementias.
The Great London Care Awards are part of the Great British Care Awards, a series of 9 regional awards celebrating excellence across the care sector. The purpose of the awards is to promote best practice within both home care and care homes sectors, and pay tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.
Sponsored by Access Health and Social Care, sector support also includes Care England, The Department of Health, The National Care Forum, The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG), as well as local authorities and other commercial organisations.
There are a range of categories available for nomination, which represent all areas of the care sector; whether it be older people or specialist services and from frontline staff such as care workers and care managers to people who have made an impact in other ways such as training.
Winners of the Great London Care Awards will go through to the final at Birmingham’s ICC on 8th March 2019.