Congratulations William! Our Nurse of the Month in aid of International Nurses’ Day
Congratulations William! Our Nurse of the Month in aid of International Nurses’ Day. We caught up with William on his win.
How long have you been working with the Guild?
I have been working full time with the Scottish Nursing Guild for 5 years.
What do you enjoy most about being a nurse?
The things I enjoy most about my job is that everyday is different and every location I work at is different. Your skills are always tested which makes for worthwhile work which benefits the patients in my care.
What attracted you to join the Guild?
I was attracted to work for the Guild because of the nature of work. One week I could be in Dumfries and Galloway and the next Benebecula in the Outer Hebradise and I love to travel. There is a sense of freedom and flexibility.
How do you feel about being our Nurse of the Month?
Being nominated for Nurse of the Month in aid of International Nurses’ Day means the team have recognised the work I do. I’m thankful to be recognised and rewarded, especially after the challenging year we all have had as health professionals. I value every member of the team at the Guild. The duty desk team, who I’ve gotten to know really well, and payroll, who swiftly sort out any issues I have.
Thank you, William and congratulations! You deserve it!
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