A number of awards have been presented to NHS staff members from Louth and Mablethorpe celebrating their dedicated years of service.
56 staff members were recognised in total across the Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS) and have chalked up an impressive 1,370 years’ service between them. Each person has achieved either 20, 30 or 40 years’ continuous service.
LCHS Chairman Dr Don White said: “I would like to thank each of these individuals for the dedication they have shown to their professions.
“It is always very heartwarming to hear about their experiences and particularly those who have spent years with patients and families in Lincolnshire. It’s a pleasure to be here to help celebrate their loyal service.”
20 year service awards went to; Emily Exell-Health Visitor, Louth; Caroline Jackson-Housekeeper, County Hospital, Louth; Sheena Smith-Community Nurse, Louth; Richard Staines-Staff Nurse, County Hospital, Louth and Catherine Sweeney-School Nurse, Louth.
30 year service awards; Greta Brougham-Staff Nurse, County Hospital, Louth; Jacqueline Heath-Cardiac Rehabilitation Associate Nurse Specialist, County Hospital, Louth and Tracy Lancaster-Macmillan Nurse, Mablethorpe.