It is my absolute pleasure and privilege to share with you these photographs of our fabulous staff members who work
within the National High Secure Women’s Service at Rampton Hospital. Throughout the Summer months we ran a staff appreciation competition whereby staff and patients completed nomination forms to recognise and acknowledge those individuals who were felt to have gone above and beyond to support others throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We received over 100 nominations across the service, all the nominations were individually personalised and heart felt.
The winners and runners up all received Body Shop gifts
which were kindly funded by the Women’s Service management and multi-disciplinary team members. We are currently developing our own book of brilliance to showcase all the nominations and to serve as a reminder of all the good practice that has been highlighted during this challenging time.
Our “Superstars” are
S/N Maxine McLeod – who works on Topaz Ward “for always making time for others and showing compassion and empathy especially in times of patient distress”
W/M Lucy Pywell – who manages Ruby Ward “for listening and making time to talk and help patients and holding the ward together through thick and thin”
N/A Samantha Savage – who works on Ruby Ward “for supporting patients through difficult times and being non-judgemental in her approach”.
TNA Danielle Thompson – who works on Emerald Ward “for listening to patients when they are at their lowest and always looking out for their best interests”
N/A Paula Bedford – who works on Coral Ward “for having a heart of gold and being the lady I can always to if I have a problem”
N/A Sam Bland – who works on Jade Ward “for being a ray of joy on the ward and a positive, motivated influence to others”
S/N Andrea Lyons – who works on Emerald Ward “for always showing compassion, empathy and human kindness when patients are at their lowest”
N/A Debby Scully – who works on Jade Ward for “for always being patient focused and having a positive can do attitude”
N/A Andrea Rowing – who works on Jade Ward “for being selfless, kind natured and having an incredible work ethic”
TNA Darren Bell – who works on Coral Ward “for always making patients laugh when they are down and being a positive role model to our patient group”
TIW Jo Newman – who works in the Diamond Resource Centre “for always being supportive and not afraid to take therapeutic risks to benefit her patient group”
N/A Kym Avis – who works on Ruby Ward “for ensuring her patients are provided with meaningful activities and always being there to talk to them when they are struggling”
N/A Stuart York – who works on Ruby Ward “he never fails to put a smile on everyone’s face, he is very understanding of our patients individual needs and no task is too much for him”
Housekeeper Alison Drury – who works on Ruby Ward “she works so hard to keep the ward clean and tidy and is very helpful”
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