Long serving members of staff with 677 years of service between them were presented with awards this week (18 November), to mark and celebrate their commitment and service to Airedale NHS Foundation Trust. 27 members of staff from a wide range of job roles reached at least 25 years’ service at Airedale.
13 members of staff attended on the day, all with at least 25 years’ continuous service, and received their awards from Chief Executive, Brendan Brown, in thanks for their dedication to the hospital and the NHS. They were joined by the Chair and other members of the Board of Directors at their celebratory lunch.
Brendan Brown says: “It’s important for us to recognise the dedication of our people and to mark this important milestone in their long service. Our people are what make Airedale hospital special, we can only provide great care through their commitment, professionalism and loyalty. We are very grateful for their commitment to providing great care and experience for our population.”
Pictured: Andrew Bramham (medical electronics), Dr David Clements (gastroenterology), Christine Dawson (AGH Solutions), Elisabeth Osbourne (midwife), Sharon Ridding (maternity admin), Kimberley Storton (pharmacy assistant), Susanne Williams (midwife), Denise Willis (laundry assistant), Julia Slator (medical secretary), Mark Snowden (health care support worker), Linda Collinge (surgery admin), Irene Fowler (staff nurse theatres), Jeanette Bray (staff nurse theatres) with Brendan Brown (chief executive) and Andrew Gold (chair)