Advent day 2

Image of Daisy Gunter Daisy Gunter  - Putting Patients First

Her nominator said that:

"Daisy has such a kind and caring nature towards all her patients which makes them feel safe and relaxed. With one particular scared and agitated elderly patient, Daisy sat with her, talking to her to calm her down and ease her breathing.

"She stayed long into what should have been her own break time. She even went to get her mobile phone to show the lady pictures of her dogs (as the lady liked animals). This helped to distract her and keep her calm, which was so important as the more agitated she got the worse her breathing became, which Daisy had recognised early on.

"All of this was whilst caring for at least 10 other patients too, but she never appeared flustered or complained, she just got on with the job with a smile on her face."


Also nominated were:

Samantha Louise Veal, Physiotherapy

Dr Stephanie Jenkins, Primrose Unit

Helen Musgrave, Integrated Hospital Discharge Team

NICU medical & ANNP Team

Claire Lazenby, Transitional Care Ward

Rachel Bryce, Brent Ward

Belinda Hartley and Joy Young, X-Ray West

Claire Davis, Mustard Tree Centre

Christina Vinson, Hepatology Team

David Mould, Physiotherapy

Erme Ward        

Transitional Care Ward Nursery Nurses

Emergency Department Team  

Sarah B from nicu            

Pat Brenton,  Chaplaincy

Rebecca Stuckey, Neurology

Sharon Street, Main Reception

Critical Care Team           

Freedom Unit   

Volunteers on lyd ward

Cardiothoracic Advanced Clinical Practitioner team

Luke Dennis, Freedom Unit

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