Thank you to the incredible NHS staff helping to keep us safe



The Sentinel and StokeonTrentLive are proud to be part of the NHS Heroes campaign, which launches today to make sure all the amazing people of this wonderful organisation know exactly how much they mean to the nation.

Here are just some of the comments we’ve received from people working within the NHS and members of the public who want to say thank you.

Joanne Merry Moon Turner said: “I would like to say to every over-worked person in Stoke-on-Trent who is trying to keep life as normal as possible for us, a huge heartfelt thank-you. From frontline workers to the boys and girls in the hospital Costa and the shops and big supermarkets and everyone in between who is just making life a little more bearable for people in isolation, we are all worried and if you’re not you should be. It’s amazing to see us all pulling together, but the workers who are in harm’s way, I thank you all.”  

Sue Rodziewicz said: “My love and best wishes to the pharmacy at Oakhill. They are an army of young ladies, including a pharmacist, that absolutely take care of my pill situation. I’m on four months isolation, type one diabetic and they take more care of me than my GP. So hats off to the pharmacies. They do a sterling job.”

Kerry O’Neil said: “Hats off to the 111 service and Haywood Hospital for sorting my little girl out today.”

Alison Hawley said: “I work at a GP surgery and I just want to say a big thank you to all our patients who have been so understanding during this time despite no appointments and being triaged by telephone. They have all been great. Well done guys. We’re doing our best and we can see you appreciate it.”

Sue Allen said: “My sister works at the NHS as a domestic cleaner. She and her colleagues are doing a great job keeping our hospitals as clean as possible. Well done and thank you so much. Keep up the good work.”

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Rachel Wilcockson said: “Tracy, the manager of Wilbraham House residential home in Audley is doing a great job of ensuring that the residents and staff are all well looked after and keeping everyone’s spirits up. Sometimes care staff are unsung heroes.”

Andy Willett said: “A big shout out to all the NHS staff dealing with the virus, especially my wife who is putting herself at risk.”

Monika Fus said: “I would like to mention face to face and telephone interpreters who are working on a daily basis to support health professionals, the police and social services. I am also very proud of my colleagues working in A&E. Take care and stay safe.”

Sammi Pickering said: “I’m very proud of the NHS.”

Sharon Donnelly said: “I love my job and am very proud to be part of an amazing workforce. God bless to all.”

Linda Bailey said: “To all frontline staff. You’re doing a great job. You’re all superstars.”

Terri Jade said: “I’m a so called ‘unskilled’ worker! No recognition for us though as usual. I’m a children’s support worker and I also bank as a health care worker at my local hospice. No mention in any news articles of the staff in the small care settings. While the NHS staff are amazing and exhausted, so are we! But we’re easily forgotten about until we’re needed!” 

Annie Stenson said: “All NHS staff are doing a great job. Thank you.”

Pat Hurst said: “To all those working on the frontline, especially those in the NHS, the emergency services and care givers, I am truly grateful for all you are doing and all you will do for us during this crisis. Thank you.”

Kay McCoy said: “I am proud of my brother Simon who works in the sanitising department of the hospital, keeping all the surgical instruments clean. He has spine problems and has had his much needed operation cancelled twice, but he keeps on going.”

Amanda Hulme said: “Thank you to the peritoneal dialysis team that come out to us as kidney dialysis patients every day to set our machines up so we can receive our life sustaining treatment. Truly life savers.”

Pat Hammond said: “Please remember all community care workers as well.”

 

Christine Brooks said: “Amazing people, doctors, nurses, carers, also too numerous to mention all of those people behind the scenes that help our hospital, our GP surgeries and home workers to carry this unbelievable load we all have to carry right now.”

Sue Le’Queux said: “To our protectors, thank you all. Sending you all a blanket of protection to keep you safe.”

Shirley Ray said: “All the NHS are doing a tremendous job. My son-in-law is a nurse in ITU. It’s just a shame they don’t have the proper protection. They need it now.”

 

Pepita Amos Mazzocchio said: “Thank you so much for all that you so.”

Joan Jones said: “Well done. You’re doing a brilliant job.”

Jennifer Kesic said: “Thanks for all the nice comments. It’s nice to hear us NHS staff are appreciated.”

 

Rich Jane said: “Thanks guys. Just finished my shift and it’s been a manic one. Time for bed and a well deserved sleep.”

John Massey said: “Highest regard to all NHS staff and all our emergency services, whether you sweep the floor or are of the highest level. We love you.”





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