Thank you to all our wonderful staff who’ve been working in new ways and in new areas
We want to say a huge public thank you to all our wonderful staff who’ve been working in new ways and in new areas to support each other during the pandemic. Their support has been invaluable and truly amazing. And thank you to everyone who has made new colleagues feel so welcome.
Here are some of their stories.
Today, Julie Walsh, Sister for Outpatients at St Richard’s hospital, wants to say #ThankYouForYourSupport to her team, who have been working in new ways to support colleagues across the Trust.
#ThankYouForYourSupport to everyone involved in ensuring the ongoing success of the Covid-19 vaccination programme. Here is a ‘Thank You’ message from Zilla Howard, Programme Lead for Covid-19 Vaccinations and Acting Director of Operations (Women & Children)
#ThankYouForYourSupport to the ‘Dad’s Army’ of retired doctors including Mike Rymer, Johann Willers, Shaun Anderson, Ralph Beard and Nick Lavies who supported the Worthing Covid-19 Vaccine Hub. And a special thank you to Dr Richard Venn for getting the team together.
#ThankYouForYourSupport to physios Damien Jenkins and Verity Wakeling, who have been supporting the inpatient physiotherapy team for the last month.
#ThankYouForYourSupport to pelvic health physiotherapists, Bella d’Almeida and Andrea Yeboah, who have been providing vital Fit Mask Testing clinics, ensuring colleagues stay safe on Covid wards.
#ThankYouForYourSupport to Stuart who joins us from NHS England and Improvement South East region, where he usually works as an implementation manager on the ‘Getting it right first time’ clinical improvement programme.
#ThankYouForYourSupport to heads of nursing Trish Rigby and Fiona Keeling who’ve supported literally thousands of colleagues often in difficult circumstances by leading our indispensable Covid Workforce Hub seven days a week for a year now on top of usual jobs!
#ThankYouForYourSupport to Jiffrey Sudario, healthcare assistant on the enhanced surgical care unit at Worthing hospital, who has been supporting colleagues in intensive care.
#ThankYouForYourSupport to consultant paediatrician, Dr Asma Shah, one of the many doctors, nurses, midwives and health care assistants from our Women and Children services who’ve provided hundreds and hundreds of hours of support to their colleagues at Western Sussex Hospitals during the pandemic.