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The pandemic has been the most challenging event for the NHS, and staff at every level have gone above and beyond to respond to COVID-19 in remarkable ways. Our Wall of Thanks is a token of our appreciation to not only our staff, but also our volunteers and carers whose continued work and dedication to care for loved ones should be recognised.

We also want to thank our patients and service users who have play their part in ensuring our services continue to be safe by adhering to restrictions put upon us all during these challenging times.

Amber ward staff

Amber ward team has faced a change in management, outbreaks and managing acute dementia patients during a global pandemic. This has been an incredibly difficult period and at times I have no doubt the team felt exhausted. Yet despite this since coming into post in January I have seen a team establish clear foundations built on an open staff culture, drive to improve patient care, and fully embody empathetic treatment of our patients. Even now we are currently experiencing a high acuity of patient care, yet the team choose to galvanise and face this challenge head on together.

I personally cannot thank each individual enough for their constant effort in building a caring culture for each other and patients over the last 6 months, especially when facing the extreme challenges that have come their way.

Peter Ansell
Amber Ward Manager



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