This week’s Face of SaTH is Lead Tissue Viability Nurse Clare Wesley, who has worked with us for 10 years. She tells us a little bit more about her role..
Our daily corridor cleaning team at our Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Eric Mansell, Andy Puckey and Mark Bird are the faces that most staff and visitors see every day...
This week our Face of SaTH is Abi Jones, who tells us a little more about herself and her role...
?This week our Face of SaTH is Sister Nicky Cork.
?This week our Face of SatH is Pab Hnatiuk, Ward Manager of Ward 32 Short Stay Medicine at our Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
This week’s Face of SaTH is Hannah Podmore, Sister on DSU Escalation at our Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
“I'm a specialty doctor in A&E delivering specialized emergency care to acutely ill patients, resuscitating and stabilizing them before referring to other specialties or discharging them home from A&E...
?This week is Dietitians Week across the UK, so we thought it would be fitting to have one of our Dietitians, Becky Lindop, as our Face of SaTH! We asked her more about her role…
“You realise how nice it is here, and what a family atmosphere we have in this hospital. A lot of people have worked here a long time, and we all know each other really well in comparison to a huge place that is a little bit faceless”
Consultant Radiographer, Shrewsbury
“I trained at Shrewsbury Hospital and I love working in A&E, … I absolutely love the challenge, it’s a very diverse job and you never get the same thing twice in a day, that’s what I really enjoy about it. ”
A&E Sister, Shrewsbury
“It’s so beautiful, its quiet and the people are lovely. It’s completely different to the atmosphere in a city. We're a family and I think that is reflected throughout the hospital.”
A&E Health Care Assistant, Shrewsbury
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