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indrani singh, cardiac nurse practitionerIndrani Singh is a cardiac nurse practitioner on James McKenzie ward. She trained to be a nurse in Trinidad and came to work here in 1999.

don bolonia, ward managerDon Bolonia is ward manager on Kate Evelyn Luard ward. He has worked here since August 2001, when he arrived from the Philippines as a staff nurse.

karen leeKaren has worked here for 33 years in different areas, including surgery, oncology and neurology. She believes that keeping patients well-informed and acting on their feedback is the key to a good patient experience.

Mandy brokenshowMandy is someone you would want to have around in a crisis. She spends her working life planning for the unexpected, to make sure that patient services keep running in the event of a major incident. According to her husband, she approaches holidays in the same way.

justin edwardsWith colleagues in microbiology and infection control, Justin is responsible for providing infection services for the trust and local GPs. A crucial part of his work is promoting the wise use of antibiotics to reduce the problem of resistance.

pat evesonPat has worked for the NHS in south Essex for over 30 years. She tried to retire four years ago but missed her patients too much and came back to work part-time.

Jason CollinsonJason’s work involves supporting the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac patients. He says there is no such thing as a typical day for him and feels lucky to work for a Trust where there are so many opportunities to learn.

Robin biddulphRobin began working at the Trust as a volunteer. He is proud to work for the NHS and does all he can to make patients feel cared for and comfortable.

christine smithChristine works on a surgical ward. She always tries to patients and relatives at ease by being friendly and helpful and takes pride in all the positive comments the ward receives.

alf baleAustralian-born Alf Bale attends to patients with Parkinson’s disease, who have been admitted to hospital for any reason. He enjoys working closely with colleagues to ensure patients get the right care.

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  • Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Nethermayne, Basildon
    Essex  SS16 5NL
    Switchboard: 01268 524900

  • The Essex Cardiothoracic Centre
    Nethermayne, Basildon
    Essex SS16 5NL
    Switchboard: 01268 524900

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