Cardiff & Vale Health Charity is pleased to announce David Bray, Nurse, has been crowned Health Hero for May.
David has worked on Cardiac Intensive Care at University Hospital Llandough since April 2021 having qualified in September 2019. Dave is described as a well-liked, valued member of the team, who also works well on his own too. He is a hardworking and well-respected member who’s highly regarded by both the doctors and the nurses.
Lead Nurse Cardiothoracic Services, Ceri Phillips said, “David has great communication skills with the patients and they regard him very highly. David is a safe practitioner and demonstrates the core values in his everyday practice. He delivers high standards of nursing care at all times and prioritises patient safety. David is a very kind and caring nurse, who demonstrates professionalism at all times. David does do ad hoc teaching on the unit and draws from the experience he has gained from other areas such as medicine and cardiology. He is currently undertaking the CPA module and is hoping to secure the next Band 6 on CITU. He aspires to be an ACCP in the future.”
David will be Health Hero for the month of May and will receive a treat from sponsors Park Plaza Cardiff. He is delighted with the award nomination.
The Health Hero Award is supported by Cardiff & Vale Health Charity and Park Plaza Cardiff.
If you feel you know someone who has worked tirelessly to help a colleague or patient in healthcare settings throughout Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and deserves recognition then let us know about them.
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Nominations must include: Your name, contact details, the nominee’s name and role, plus some words explaining exactly why you think they deserve to be crowned Health Hero.
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