Sandy and Biggleswade community nurse receives prestigious award
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A Sandy and Biggleswade community nursing sister has been honoured for her professional commitment.
Sarah O’Hare has been awarded the prestigous title of Queen’s Nurse by the Queen’s Nursing Institute – a registered charity dedicated to improving the nursing care of people in the home and community.
The title is only awarded for a commitment to high standards of patient care, learning and leadership.
Sarah said: “It is such an honour and a privilege to be given this title.”
QNI chief executive Crystal Oldman congratualted Sarah on her award.
“On behalf of the QNI, I would like to congratulate Sarah and welcome her as a Queen’s Nurse,” she said.
“Queen’s Nurses serve as leaders and role models in community nursing, delivering high-quality health care. The application and assessment process to become a Queen’s Nurse is rigorous and requires clear commitment to improving care for patients, their families and carers.
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“We look forward to working with Sarah and all other new Queen’s Nurses who have received the title this year.”