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Hornsby graduate nurses in the spotlight

Nursing graduates from Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital welcomed Member for Hornsby, Energy Minister, Treasurer Matt Kean and NSLHD Chief executive Deb Willcox recently.

The graduates are among 28 who have started at the hospital with some spending time working with COVID-19 patients, while others have been in placed in the emergency department.

Nurse Samantha Morris has followed in her mother’s footsteps with Nicola Morris working in the emergency department.

It was the first time both Matt and Deb saw the new hospital main entry which has now been completed.

There is now seating at the front of the entrance, along with 15 minute patient drop off/pick up zones to assist patients and their carers.

The hospital was presented with a NSW Government Community Service Award for its COVID-19 response. Acting General Manager Simon Hill accepted the award on behalf of the hospital.

Plans are underway to hold an official opening which staff and the community will be invited to.

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