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Jayne Pattison has just been recruited onto Virgin Care’s Nursing Degree Apprenticeship run in partnership with Greenwich University.
Elly is a Healthcare Assistant at Farnham Hospital and is currently undertaking an Assistant Practitioner Apprenticeship.
Lisa Edwards is completing an apprenticeship as a Senior Health Care Support Worker in the Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service run by Virgin Care in partnership with Barnardo’s.
Jayne is currently completing the Customer Service Practitioner Apprenticeship whilst working as an administrator in The Learning Enterprise, Virgin Care’s training and development arm, and is based at Milward House in Keynsham, Somerset.
Victoria Bresnan is working on a Business Administration Apprenticeship with Virgin Care’s Bath & North East Somerset Community Health and Care Services.
Surrey Heath District Nursing team has been recognised for its commitment to completing an all-important colleague survey.
A team from Devon Integrated Children’s Services has been recognised for its work to encourage social inclusion and independence for children and young people with visual impairment.
A specialist paediatric audiologist has been recognised for her commitment to developing a suite of up-to-date patient information for parents of children with hearing loss across Bath and North East Somerset and parts of Wiltshire and Somerset.
Anna Dobie, manager of the Wiltshire Children’s Services’ Single Point of Access in Salisbury, received the ‘Heartfelt Service’ honour at Virgin Care’s Feel the Difference Awards.
Adele Dick, a Healthcare Assistant in the North East Lincolnshire Dermatology Service, received the ‘Team Spirit’ honour at Virgin Care’s Feel the Difference Awards.
North Kent Adult Community Services’ Care Coordination Centre colleagues have won an award for their team work and customer care.
Local people who’ve had a fall or are at risk of falling are improving their confidence and balance thanks to exercise classes run by Virgin Care in North Kent and some new equipment.