Our team at
Station House

Trusted to care in Crewe, Cheshire


Meet our friendly care team

Our people are what make Station House care home the warm and welcoming place that it is. We all work together to ensure residents make the most of every day and are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. You can find out more about us here.

Julie Okhae

Home Manager

I started my care career as a care assistant, before working my way up the ladder to senior carer, team leader, and deputy manager.

I was soon managing my first home. That was in 2007. I joined Care UK in 2014 because I wanted to be part of a supportive organisation that developed its teams, was forward-thinking and always striving to improve.

As a home manager, it’s important to be caring and passionate about the work that you do. I value my staff and I am passionate about upskilling them so that they can progress – all our team leaders have progressed from carers. 

I love working at Station House, every day is different and comes with different challenges but this keeps me interested and engaged in my role. The needs of residents are always the priority for me and the team, and we work together to find ways to improve their experience and all aspects of what we do. I’m looking forward to continuing to work with the team to enhance Station House and enrich the lives of our residents.

Jane Choyce
Deputy Manager

I’m a Registered General Nurse by training and have worked at Station House for nearly 30 years.

Before I joined the team here I was a sister on a general surgical ward. I also spent two years working on an acute medical ward. It was quite a change moving from an acute hospital setting to a care home.

But I do love working in older people’s care, so I’m pleased I made the move, and I love this home, which is why I’ve worked here for so long! One of the best things about it is spending time with the residents. In other nursing roles you don’t usually get the time or the opportunity to get to know the people you’re caring for. I’m proud to have progressed to become part of the management team. 

In my spare time I volunteer at a local cat rescue shelter. I also have 3 dogs, so we go lots of walks. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, as well as keeping my garden tidy, and doing some retail therapy. 

Mandy Hearn
Unit Manager

I’ve spent most of my nursing career in the private sector, and I joined Care UK in 2017.

Prior to joining the Station House team I was a deputy manager in another care home.

Nursing is a fantastic career for the many areas you can work in, and the many challenges you can tackle. I’ve worked in a range of areas within the professional and explored different areas of interest. Here at Station House I’m enjoying doing the dual role of Unit Manager/Bed Manager. The wonderful thing about working in a care home is the interaction you have with residents, their families, and colleagues. It’s always an honour to meet new residents and their families and welcome them to our home. 

I’m looking forward to continuing to improve the standards of care we provide for our residents, and to support my team to develop and progress their careers. 

Anna Jones
Unit Manager

I joined Station House in 2016 because it has a good reputation in the local community, and Care UK is an excellent care provider.

I love the feeling of helping to make residents’ days better, and I enjoy chatting to them. There’s always more to learn, even about the people you think you know well. 

I’ve been able to progress my skills and career in the five years I’ve been working at the home. I’m working towards a level 5 NVQ in Health and Social Care, and I’m doing a management course. I’ve also trained to be a moving and handling instructor. 

I only recently moved into my current Unit Manager role, so I’m enjoying learning the additional responsibilities and I’m looking forward to supporting the team to develop and to deliver even better care. 

Michael Parr
Business Administrator

I spent 35 years at Rolls-Royce/Bentley in manufacturing production engineering and administration.

I wanted to continue working, so I joined Station House doing maintenance part-time in 2019. I was then promoted to my current role.

Time flies in this role. It’s a rewarding job with plenty to do and a lot of satisfaction. It can be challenging. People fund their care in different ways, which all needs to be tracked, and that’s one of my biggest challenges. Day-to-day I enjoy interacting with many different people: colleagues, residents and their families, as well as suppliers, contractors and visitors. 

One of the highlights in this role was when I was nominated in the annual Care UK awards for my work. It was a proud moment. 

Outside work I enjoy walking, gardening, DIY, spending time with my family and watching football. I’ve supported Leeds United for 50 years, as well as Nantwich Town, which is a non-league side. 

Canine Relations Manager 

Hello everyone!

I’m settling in nicely at Station House. I only joined the home in July 2021 as a ten-week-old puppy. I’m a cockapoo and my mum is Unit Manager, Mandy. I live with her and her other dogs and enjoy helping her in her garden (although she’s not a fan of my digging for some reason).

You’ll often find me around Station House. In fact, the lovely residents chose my beautiful name. I think it suits me, don’t you? My daily tasks include room visits to check the residents are happy, serving up cuddles, meeting and greeting visitors and hoovering the floors. I love going for walks too. It’s nice to get out and have a sniff.
I’m still little, so even though my job keeps me busy, I like to take regular naps. Luckily for me there are lots of comfy places to sleep and plenty of laps to sit on at Station House!

Our experienced teams

Every day Care UK colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.


Our hardworking teams always keep individuals and their families at the heart of the care they provide. We work with you to shape the care your loved one receives, the food they’re served, the activities and experiences they want to do – even the ways they prefer to keep in touch with their friends and family. 


The nurses at Care UK are highly skilled and receive sector-leading training, which enables them to keep developing expertise in different clinical fields from dementia to palliative care.


Our dedicated lifestyle teams work hard to organise a range of activities and events at our home. From gardening and baking to quizzes, music sessions and even live entertainment. Above all, we get to know your loved one to make sure our activities are tailored to suit their interests and hobbies.

Home support roles

From catering to maintenance, housekeeping to administration, our home support teams play a crucial part in ensuring individuals enjoy an exceptional and safe service every day.

All our teams get to know each person they care for to ensure they provide a service that’s designed around their unique needs and tastes. 

Infection control

Each of our homes have a trained Infection Control and Prevention Champion – they are responsible for carrying out daily infection control audit and ensuring cleaning protocols are meticulously applied.