Dudu Dhlodhlo

Case Manager

BSc (Hons) Critical Care Nurse, Masters in Public Health 

Dudu is a qualified Registered Adult Nurse with over 20 years of experience within the health and social care sector.

She has worked within the clinical fields of Respiratory and Cystic Fibrosis Unit, Medical Assessment units, Neurology and Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Adult Intensive Care including- General, Cardiac, Burns and Neuro Intensive Care Units. She then took a senior role in one of the Southwest biggest hospitals as an Audit and Surveillance Infection and Prevention Practitioner. It was this role that enhanced her leadership, organisational, training and communication skills.

In 2011, Dudu transitioned in the community and focused her passion on complex care setting, which will shine through as a Stokes case manager. In this role Dudu was able to develop a culture of person-centred care something she is passionate about and is motivated by. Dudu enjoys enabling her clients to achieve their goals and desires beyond their disabilities in a safe and can-do approach.

She has been part of team that organised holidays locally and abroad, climb Snowdon Mountain, Muddy Challenges, Skiing holidays, attend concerts, professional achievements such as law degree and media degree, to name but a few.

She worked with a vast network of professionals, service users and carers. Dudu has previously taken ownership of case loads of complex clients, managing their care package both clinically and holistically, through training of care team and family, car planning, risk assessments, policy development in line with CQC regulations and best practice guidance. Dudu assisted with recruitment of staff and maintained appropriate skill mix to ensure client and staff safety. Dudu has Training qualification which she used to manage the clinical training needs of the care team, to ensure they are compliant in their clinical practice.

Dudu is excited to be a part of our experienced team of case managers, and provide excellent care for her clients.