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Liverpool NHS Nurses praised by country’s top Nurse

Dame Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for NHS England, awarded gold and silver Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) Awards to four nurses belonging to the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (LUHFT).

Fiona Murphy, who serves as the Director of Nursing for Corporate Services at LUHFT, was granted the Gold Award in recognition of her lifetime accomplishments in nursing, specifically in tackling health inequalities in various communities.

Fiona, who has been a nurse for nearly 40 years, said:

“To have been recognised by Ruth for my contributions to nursing fills me with so much pride. It is an honour to be presented this award alongside colleagues who I have so much admiration for.”

Jackie Ndebu, Kamali Smith, and Clare Byrne were awarded the Silver Award for their exceptional performance, excellence in clinical practice, and outstanding care in their respective roles as Advanced Clinical Practitioner for Medicine for Older People, Care Coordinator for Critical Care, and Associate Director of Nursing for Cancer.

David Melia, Chief Nursing Officer for LUHFT, said:

“I can’t stress how proud I am of Fiona, Jackie, Kamali and Clare. LUHFT is lucky to have such dedicated, compassionate and highly skilled nurses caring for our patients. They are wonderful role models to their nursing colleagues and a huge credit to the profession.”

Dame Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for England, said:

“I was delighted to present Fiona, Clare, Kamali and Jackie with CNO awards recognising their outstanding work and commitment to patient care, the nursing profession and the NHS. They are an inspirational team and it was a pleasure to have the opportunity to personally thank them.”

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