We are so proud of our staff! During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic they have demonstrated again and again just how innovative, hard-working and professional they are. The way in which staff have supported each other while always putting our patients first, and the positive ‘can-do’ they have maintained is a credit to them all.
Here are some of the ways in which our staff have gone above and beyond their normal roles and duties and embraced new ways of working.
If you’d like to join our team, take a look at the current vacancies at BSUH. #ProudToBeBSUH
Emmie Baker-Larner, Critical Care Practice Educator, tells us about her role in the Trust's response to COVID-19 and gives a shout out to the amazing staff who are currently redeployed to the department...Read more
Radiographers are at the front door in their PPE standing next to the nurses and doctors 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Here two radiographers tell us more.Read more
Stephanie tells us about her unique role in helping to adapt maternity services and how the entire service has pulled together to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic.Read more
The Clinical Media Centre talk about the changes they have made to their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more
Alexis Vandetti, Critical Care Outreach Nurse, talks about her work with COVID-19 patients.Read more
The Electro-Biomedical Engineering team talk about the way they have played an integral part in the COVID-19 response.Read more
Huw Wooldridge and Dawn Moss from the Estates Team told us about their involvement in the COVID-19 response.Read more
Sue Love, Junior Sister in Day Surgery, talks about her work with COVID-19 patients on Twineham Ward.Read more
Joanna Elliott, the Trust’s Lead Chaplain, tells us about the 24/7 on-call service they are providing for patients, the support available for staff and how their roles have changed in recent weeks as they respond to the pandemic… Can you explain your role and what it usually involves? The chaplaincy service is a small team providing a 24 hour, 7 ...Read more
In this staff profile, we caught up with Matthew Sanderson, Senior MSK Physiotherapist, who tells us about how the outpatients physiotherapy service has adaptedRead more
Joanna Holland is the Perioperative Practice Development Team Leader at The County Hospital. Her role oversees the practice development of the theatre teams including operating department practitioners and anaesthetic practitioners. In this interview here she talks through the role of her team in the COVID-19 response. How has your role and that of your team changed with the COVID-19 response? ...Read more