Angel of the Year

Nurses, doctors and health workers are the heartbeat of our community, having dedicated their careers to looking after not only our wellbeing but in many cases saving lives.

This award acknowledges the work of those who provide this vital 24/7 service which can sometimes be carried out under extreme pressure but always with calming reassurance and a caring smile. If you know of a healthcare individual or team you feel deserves special mention, then this is your chance to say thank you.

Nominees

Carey Ward staff

ALWAYS having a smile or a laugh has led to the staff of Carey Ward and Dr Aneurin Matthew being nominated for the Angel of the Year award.

Adam Sensi and Michelle Young

PHYSIOTHERAPISTS Adam Sensi and Michelle Young have been nominated for their patience and understanding when assisting Kevin Baker back to full health.

Alexandra House nurses

THE nurses at Alexandra House have clearly made a big impact on the islanders who attend the Medical Specialist Group’s headquarters, since five of them have put the nurses forward for the Angel of the Year award.

Anne McAuliffe and Tom Jones

‘TWO LOVELY PEOPLE’ are how Angel of the Year nominees, physiotherapists Anne McAuliffe and Tom Jones, are described
by Erin Cottell, who has put their names forward for the award, sponsored by Ravenscroft.

Carl Jensen

BEING ‘nothing less than brilliant’ in dealing with a patient has led to Carl Jensen being nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.

Community Twilight and Night Nursing and Social Care Team

‘A VERY special team of people’ have been put forward for the Angel of the Year.

Dr Caroline Yates

‘A FANTASTIC listener’ who always does what she can to help with ‘absolutely anything’ is how Dr Caroline Yates is described by her nominator for the Angel of the Year award.

Dr Peter Gomes and Bulstrode Oncology staff

‘NOTHING is too much trouble’ for Dr Peter Gomes and the staff at the Bulstrode Oncology Unit, according to the woman who has nominated them for the Angel of the Year award.

Dr Ruth Taberner and Cheryl Lowe

‘AN AMAZING TEAM’ is how Angel of the Year nominees Dr Ruth Taberner and her PA, Cheryl Lowe, have been described by Helen O’Hara, who has put their names forward for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.

Dr Sandie Bohin

DR SANDIE BOHIN’s life-saving diagnosis of a young patient’s problem has been commended by Mandy Nash with a nomination for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.

Dr Vicky Carre

A GP who loves her job ‘because it makes her happy to see people smile’ has been nominated for the Angel of the Year award.

Emergency Department at the PEH

STAFF at the Emergency Department have been nominated for Angel of the Year by a woman who had two members of her family attend the department within a relatively short space of time.

Maria Gregory-Haines

DISABILITY lead nurse Maria Gregory-Haines has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-backed Angel of the Year award for always being prepared to give time over and above her duties.

Maria Jackson

KNOWLEDGE and enthusiasm characterise the work of bowel cancer nurse Maria Jackson, who has been put forward for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.

North Team Senior Carers

‘NOTHING is ever too much trouble’ for the North Team Senior Carers, who have been nominated for the Angel of the Year Award.

Sharon Treacy

A NURSE who cares for women with breast cancer has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award.
Sharon Treacy was nominated by Joanne Terry.

Sister Debbie Duquemin

SISTER Debbie Duquemin has been nominated for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year award for her assistance and kindness to many patients.

Award in association with