Margo Moves To Retirement

A Stenhousemuir lass, Margo Campbell began her nursing career in March 1979, working as a nursing assistant within Bellsdyke Hospital in Larbert.  She then began to train as an enrolled nurse completing her Pupil Nurse Training in April 1981. Margo […]

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Navigating To The Future

Colleagues from across Forth Valley met up to say farewell to Dr Mark Holliday, who has retired from his post as Consultant Chemical Pathologist in the Forth Valley Royal Hospital Labs. Originally from Coventry, Mark studied medicine in Bristol before […]

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Celebrating 3000 Years Of Service

Around 120 of our staff, with a total of 3070 years service between them, recently received a Long Service Award after achieving 20, 30 and 40 years with the NHS. They were invited to an award ceremony at Forth Valley […]

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Prestigious Award For Oncology Unit

The Oncology Unit in Forth Valley Royal Hospital has been recognised by Macmillan Cancer Support for the high-quality environment it offers to patients. Following a recent successful reassessment, the Unit has retained its Macmillan Quality Environment Mark (MQEM), which recognises […]

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Shining Example

The work carried out by Sandra Campbell, our local Macmillan Nurse Consultant for Cancer and Palliative Care, has been singled out for praise by an accredited learning representative from the Royal College of Nursing. Andrew Tumilson from Northern Ireland shadowed […]

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Queen’s Nurse Title Returns To Forth Valley

One of our senior community nurses has been selected to take part in a special professional development programme to become a Queen’s Nurse. Joan Gracie, Team Leader for school nursing in Clackmannanshire and Stirling, is one of 20 nurses that […]

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