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Congratulations Clinton! Republic of Ireland’s Nurse of the Month in aid of International Nurses’ Day

Congratulations Clinton! Republic of Ireland’s Nurse of the Month in aid of International Nurses’ Day. We caught up with Clinton on his win.

How long have you been working with the Guild?

I’ve been working for The Guild for a year and a half.

What do you enjoy most about being a nurse?

The thing I most enjoy about the Guild is the variety of different hospitals I can work in and choosing my own hours. The office staff are also very helpful.

What attracted you to join the Guild?

The Guild was recommended by an former work colleague. Obviously the pay rates are excellent but the fact that one of the specialties they recruit for is ICU, which is my background attracted me to join.

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

I feel honoured to be nominated as Nurse of the Month in aid of International Nurses’ Day. It was a bit of a surprise, but a nice surprise. As nurses, it’s nice to be recognised for all the hard work we do, especially in the last year with the Covid pandemic. 

Thank you, Clinton and congratulations! You deserve it!

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

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

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