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

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

How long have you been working with the Guild?

I joined the Guild in December 2020, so I have been working with them for nearly six months.

What do you enjoy most about being a nurse?

I like getting the chance to work in different areas, meet new people and gain valuable experience. I also like the flexibility the work provides. 

What attracted you to join the Guild?

What attracted me to the Guild was that they are a well established agency with great rates, organisation and flexibility. Now with the agency I also appreciate their friendly and supportive team.

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

Appreciative!

Thank you, Lorna 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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