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Sheffield nurses stepping out to raise cash for wards

Nurses Harriet Dearden, Jenni Simpson, Sarah Popplewell, John Marsh, Wendy Flint, Sue Braddock, Debbie Procter and running the Neurocare Head Start race.

Nurses Harriet Dearden, Jenni Simpson, Sarah Popplewell, John Marsh, Wendy Flint, Sue Braddock, Debbie Procter and running the Neurocare Head Start race.

  • by Ellen Beardmore
 

Sheffield nurses who care for patients with brain conditions are going the extra mile by raising cash for new equipment. Staff from the neuro wards at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital are to take part in the Head Start race at Rother Valley County Park on Sunday, April 27, to help Sheffield-based charity Neurocare raise money for new equipment and facilities in their wards.

Alison Druce, senior sister of neurosurgical ward N, said: “It’s important to all of us that we can give our patients the treatment they deserve and the equipment and facilities Neurocare have funded really helps with this.”

Nurse Jenni Simpson said: “We’re really excited to get involved.”

There will be 10km and 5km runs at the event. For details, see Neurocare

 

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