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NHS Louisa Jordan Chief Executive Jill Young has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her services to NHSScotland during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
More than 700 healthcare students and staff have now undergone essential training at the NHS Louisa Jordan as the facility continues to support the NHS workforce in Scotland.
More than 300 patients treated at NHS Louisa Jordan
Hospital will support planned non-COVID healthcare and staff training.
David McArthur, Chief Nurse Operations at the NHS Louisa Jordan, shared a special thank you to everyone involved
Alan Summers and Mike Blackmore from NSS Procurement, Commissioning and Facilities have played a key role as part of the Equipping Team at the NHS Louisa Jordan.
Jill has gone from organising exhibitions and concerts, to being part of the development of the NHS Louisa Jordan
The medals were loaned to the hospital by Glasgow the Caring City charity
Today staff at the NHS Louisa Jordan and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service applauded key workers across the country
Many thanks to Creative Stirling and Made in Stirling who together with local designers donated wall art, cushions, books, soaps and more to make our staff sanctuary feel cozy and invitin.
NHS Louisa Jordan's Director of Communications, Sandie Scott, today gave a huge thanks to our twitter followers.
NHS Louisa Jordan thanks IKEA for all their support to furnish Scottish Ambulance Service Station and Staff Sanctuary