They all look the same in blue! What if we didn’t?

Exactly, if you can read this and then still tell me you are not interested then there is something wrong somehow with the majority of folk you meet in communitys

Personalisation in Health Services

 Written by Maria Davison, Ward Sister

Maria OPPI am a Ward Sister for Derbyshire’s Bolsover Hospital.  After qualifying as a Nurse almost three years ago, I chose to work in a community hospital because I felt that this is where I could make the biggest difference. I knew that I wanted to connect with people and support them on a level beyond administering medication and to have the time to get to know them as an individual which can be more difficult in acute hospitals. I knew that I wanted to work with a team that were motivated and that valued each other because they were able to take pride in the work that they do. I am very fortunate that I have found this at Bolsover.

We are a community hospital. That means we are run differently to a mainstream or acute hospital and it also means that we…

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