Hospital Matron


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Nursing supervisor in the UK
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Below is James Barker at the beach volleyball I JUST LOVED IT: Teesside hospital matron Angela Milbourne with the Olympic torch at the athlete's village
One reader remembered how the hospital matron would parole the wards at night with her English bulldog, who had boots on his feet so that he did not wake sleeping children.
Patricia Fryer, the hospital matron, told the committee that staff became aware that cash was going missing from a tin kept in the ward office.
She never married and her occupation is given as Hospital Matron. If anyone has any information about Louisa Kate I would love to hear from them.
In all the woman, a retired hospital matron, handed over pounds 171,000.
A LIFE size model of a hospital matron is to take to the road to help fight hospital superbugs.
THINK of a hospital matron and the chances are that the first image which springs to mind is a buxom, domineering Carry On character wielding a bedpan and foul-tasting medicine.
Maureen Keymer, hospital matron, said: ``We want to meet the needs of relatives and carers with respite periods while encouraging the maintenance of social networks to prevent feelings of isolation for those elderly people living at home on their own.
Miss Claye, a former military hospital matron who nursed British troops in both World Wars, will be given a guard of honour at her funeral in Cheltenham this weekend.
"The hospital matron is also working with colleagues from social services and the voluntary sector to develop a wider range of social opportunities for this group to ensure these patients are not socially isolated."
Wendy, who is currently playing a hospital matron in ITV's The Royal, first returned to her old school in November 2005 when the project was launched.

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