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‘Austerity cuts left maternity unstable’

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MAJOR austerity in the health service led to instability and unacceptable practice, a managing midwife told a disciplinary hearing which centres around the death of a baby at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital.

Pride of Guernsey: Lollie McLean


NURSE Lollie McLean’s track record of going above and beyond her duties has seen her receive three nominations for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year Award.

Pride of Guernsey: Fougere Ward staff


THE dementia specialist nurses and carers of Fougere Ward at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital’s La Corbinerie facility deserve to be crowned this year’s Angel of the Year, according to ward manager Ellen Waring, who feels privileged to work with them.

Pride of Guernsey: Carol Le Sauvage


LYMPHOEDEMA nurse specialist Carol Le Sauvage’s dedication to her work has led to a patient nominating her for the Ravenscroft-sponsored Angel of the Year Award.

Bus passenger numbers on the up


More than 77,000 extra passengers used the scheduled bus service during the first six months of the year than the same period in 2016.

Some charges in baby deaths case thrown out


THREE midwives accused of blunders in the deaths of two babies at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital will give evidence later this week – after several charges were thrown out yesterday.