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Congratulations Lynne! August’s Nurse of the Month

This is following some fantastic feedback from the Belfast team about Lynne:

“Lynne works as a district nurse and has shown great dedication to the role. She is flexible and reliable and feedback has always been amazing. She is a valued part of the team.”

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

How long have you been working with the Guild?

I have been working with the Guild for approximately four years. For three years, I worked ad hoc shifts to supplement my full time work before moving to full time work with the Guild.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

What I enjoy most about my job is the privilege of nursing people in their homes. I get to build special relationships with patients, seeing them on a regular basis.

What attracted you to join the Guild?

Initially, I was attracted to the Guild because of the flexibility of shifts. Working for them, I realised just how supported I am and the pay rate reflects the nurses’ knowledge and skills.

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

I’m absolutely delighted to have received this nomination! It’s nice to feel valued as a nurse! 

Thank you Lynne and congratulations! You deserve it!

You can catch up with our previous 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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