This week’s face of SaTH is Karen Porter, who is a Senior Orthopaedic Practitioner at our Princess Royal Hospital (PRH).
This week our Faces of SaTH post is a little different, as it highlights the wonderful work that our Dementia Team do.
“My favourite part of Projects is the satisfaction I get when achieving and delivering all the objectives intended. Meeting these objectives allows the Project Team to maintain and enhance the experience of our Patients, their Carers and, of course, staff affected by the changes."
This week’s Face of SaTH is Trauma and Orthopaedic Healthcare Assistant Teresa (Lulu) Jones.
This week our Faces of SaTH is Linda Parker, who is the Ward Clerk on 22, Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
This week our Faces of SaTH is Chelsey Davison, who is a Healthcare Assistant with us on the Surgical Assessment Unit at our Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
This week our Face of SaTH is Hayley Sargent, Neonatal Sister and Baby-Friendly Initiative Lead.
This week our Face of SaTH is Sarah Moody, who works on the Acute Medical Unit at our Princess Royal Hospital Telford.
“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
“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
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