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Congratulations Alex! March’s Nurse of the Month

This is following some fantastic feedback from the Edinburgh team about Alex:

Always on time for shifts, flexible when shifts are changed or cancelled, always cheery and a pleasure to speak to on the phone.

We caught up with Alex to see how he feels about being our Nurse of the Month.

How long have you been working with the Guild?

I’ve been working full-time with the Guild for the last six years, and part-time prior to that.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

I love the variety, the various challenges it brings and, all in all, just helping folks have a good day.

What attracted you to join the Guild?

The flexibility, the opportunity to travel and getting to meet lots of different people.

How do you feel about being our Nurse of the Month?

Thanks to the team for the nomination, I am chuffed to bits! It’s very much appreciated and I am delighted to have my work recognised.

Thank you Alex and congratulations! You deserve it!

You can catch up with our previous Nurse of the Month winners on our blog.

If you’re thinking about joining the Guild why not check out our amazing benefits package here. From the best pay rates around, to paid NMC and NMBI fees, you don’t want to miss out!

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