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Congratulations Akinyemi! Our Nurse of the Month for May

Akinyemi was chosen to be our Nurse of the Month for May following some fantastic feedback from a client who described him as “an absolute dream” to have on the ward and praised his friendly, hardworking and supportive attitude. We caught up with Akinyemi on his win.

How long have you been working with Thornbury Nursing?

I joined Thornbury almost six months ago now.

What attracted you to join Thornbury Nursing?

I joined Thornbury because I heard really good things about working for you and I wanted to be a part of what Thornbury has achieved over the years in the health and social care sector.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

I enjoy supporting and working with patients and young people. I also enjoy working with a dedicated and hardworking team.

How do you feel about being Nurse of the Month?

I feel so happy to be Nurse of the Month! This motivates me to do more by helping and supporting clients and covering more shifts with Thornbury – I want to continue to achieve great things with Thornbury.

Thank you Akinyemi, and congratulations! You deserve it!

You can catch up with our previous Nurse of the Month winners on our blog.

If you’re thinking about joining Thornbury why not check out our amazing benefits package here. From the best pay rates around to paid NMC, you don’t want to miss out!


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