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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.

I'm so proud to work alongside such wonderful, caring and supportive people

I would like to share my appreciation for my colleagues working In adult mental health showing strength, resilience and all working together to provide excellent care to Service uses and their loved ones. I would like to give a mention to the Early Interventions Team who show so much passion and commitment ,led by Emma Robinson and Stephen Liard who won’t accept the praise but very much deserve it. Lastly, the Family interventions Team and City Carer support Service who have adapted to new ways of working and show so much kindness and empathy to  Carers and families who need this focus support now more than ever.

I am so proud to work alongside such wonderful, caring and supportive people.

Kelly Simpson
Service Manager for Early Interventions and Psychosis & Family Interventions Team
Mental Health Unit, Bassetlaw Hospital



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