Back in December June led an effort in the Middleton Neighbourhood team to provide Christmas hampers for patients most in need in the local community. The team rose to the challenge and eight lovely hampers were delivered before the Christmas break (see our Facebook post from 23 December 2016). Sarah Knowlson, Community Matron, wanted to recognise June for inspiring the team and going above and beyond for patients during a very busy winter period.
A visibly surprised June told us that the hampers were very well received and she was even sent a letter from a patient who said what a difference it had made to know people cared about her. June isn’t stopping there though, and explained that the team are aiming for bigger and better in December 2017; spreading more hampers and more joy in the community. So watch this space!
We’re asking the people of #Leeds to say thank you to someone who has made a difference this winter or previous win… https://t.co/78bNJPUSc7
Mon, 10 Dec 2018 08:51
Together with @nhsleeds, we are hosting a Digital Diabetes event on 30th January in Leeds. This event is for anyon… https://t.co/fbC3Mn1WVi
Tue, 11 Dec 2018 01:30
Amazing atmosphere at our admin conference today @LCHNHSTrust - over 200 people here learning about the art of bein… https://t.co/Y6HHb0T8ms
Tue, 11 Dec 2018 09:41
Mon, 10 Dec 2018 03:00
@LCHNHSTrust Well done Gail and all other winners or nominees- what a show of commitment and talent.
Sun, 09 Dec 2018 07:39
HSIB issues safety alert highlighting the dangers of button batteries to children in time for Christmas… https://t.co/4KjDHunsRU
Fri, 07 Dec 2018 08:21