A reflection of our time spent within NHS Nightingale London

We are humbled to have our work as part of the Family Support and Liason Team at NHS Nightingale London highlighted in a Nursing Times article. 

During the First World War members of the Corps were setting up and running field hospitals. We have now come full circle as, 113 years later, we found ourselves supporting another field hospital in London at NHS Nightingale. One of our core skills is handling calls in extremely distressing situations during a terrorist incident, and it was for that reason that we were initially invited to advise the NHS on setting up a family support and liason call centre at Nightingale. Our commitment to help people from all communities is at the very heart of what we do. We are simply there to help all those people and their families who are victims of a crisis such as COVID-19. 

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