Award for Weston nurse

PUBLISHED: 13:00 16 July 2011

Tracey Brownlow

Tracey Brownlow


Weston nurse is one of few with award

A CLINICAL manager at the For All Healthy Living Centre has been awarded the title of Queen’s Nurse.

Tracey Brownlow received the award in May and was one of 35 nurses nationwide who were given the title at the charity’s recent award ceremony.

It is given by community nursing charity The Queen’s Nursing Institute for nurses’ commitment to high standards of patient care and continually-improving practise.

Mark Graham, chief executive of the Bournville estate centre, said: “We are extremely proud that Tracey’s continuing high-quality service to our patients has been recognised.”

Queens Nursing Institute director, Rosemary Cook CBE said: “Congratulations are due to Tracey for her success.

“Community nurses operate in an ever more challenging world and our role is to support them as effectively as we can.

“The title is a key part of this and we would encourage other community nurses to apply.”

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