Being able to develop professionally in a friendly environment while still providing high level care to patients are among the reasons why a Nurse Consultant would recommend working at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
If you suspect a man or woman is the victim of abuse don’t hesitate to speak up in is the message from a leading West Norfolk nurse.
The first recruits on a new NHS Nursing Apprenticeship scheme have now started working towards their dream career.
Families will be able to play their part in supporting hardworking medical staff during the busy winter months by ensuring loved ones have a fresh supply of clothing.
Facts about one of the country’s most common respiratory diseases will be outlined during a health event later this month.
Families in West Norfolk are being urged to share their organ donation wishes with loved ones in order to save a life in the future.
Rosemary Durrant has been fundraising in memory of her daughter Michelle Sherwood for 25 years, with her most recent fundraising being an open event in her own peaceful garden, raising £300 for The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s, Macmillan Cancer Care and Treatment Centre. Continue reading Fundraising in memory of Michelle
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation Trust has welcomed Prof Mandy Ashton OBE to its Board of Directors.
Four years ago Shelley Faulkner was driving to her job as an equality and human rights advisor when her car hit a patch of ice and sent her life in a new direction.
A mother from Pott Row has donated £500 to say thank you to the doctors and nurses who saved the life of her son.