qni award
Eight of our nurses receive prestigious Queen’s Nurse award
16 May 2016

Eight of our nurses receive prestigious Queen’s Nurse award

Eight of our nurses have been awarded the prestigious title of Queen’s Nurse from Chief Nursing Officer for England, Jane Cummings, at an event in London.

Our congratulations go to our new Queen’s Nurses:

  • Georgina Colenutt, Nurse Safeguarding Children
  • Sandra House, Specialist Nurse Safeguarding Children
  • Annette Lawrance-Owen, Specialist Nurse
  • Susan Marshall, Chief Nurse
  • Sue McGill, Clinical Nurse Lead
  • Patricia Obermayer, Adult Safeguarding Nurse
  • Francesca Sandilands, Case Manager
  • Trudy Ward, Head of Children’s Community Nursing for West Sussex

The title of Queen’s Nurse recognises ‘continuing commitment to improving standards of care in the community and to learning and leadership’.

Ellie Wells, Deputy Chief Nurse at Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust said, “We are immensely proud of all of our Queen’s Nurses. I want to pay tribute to the incredible work of these nurses and the positive impact they have on colleagues, their patients and their communities.”