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Inspirational Nuclear Medicine Department wins 'Wow' award.

17 January 2019   (0 Comments)
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The nuclear medicine team at Medway Maritime Hospital won the WOW! awards for delivering outstanding patient care and treatment. This is an award for outstanding service that cannot be entered. Nominations for the award have to come from patients. It operates in a very wide spread of organisations including local authorities, police, fire services and the NHS.

Patient comments included:

"[at] no time have I ever felt just another patient, I have felt my progess, may care, my well being, my successful outcome was vitally important to Dr Ryan and Dr Acosta."

" Underpinning the Nuclear Medicine dept is Senior Nurse Carolyn Lory whose manner, warmth and professionalism has been outstanding. Her attention to detail, a personal note on an official letter, a friendly greeting should not be underestimated"

" Under the guidance of Carolyn the Nuclear Dept has a positive, happy, constructive and can do attitude"

"[The team]All work in a team with a caring and professional attitude. (..) I hope the whole team is recognised for their excellent and outstanding care."

Congratulations to Carolyn and the nuclear medicine team at Medway.


 

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