Four Marie Curie nurses from the Wishaw area have been presented with long-service awards.
They were among a host of nurses given various accolades at the most recent team meeting at Udston Hospital in Hamilton.
Rosina McLaughlan and Pamela Love, from Wishaw, Carol Thomson, from Shotts, and Mary McCann, from Motherwell, were presented with 10-year awards by Marie Young, clinical nurse manager for Lanarkshire and Georgia Ramplin, community fundraiser at Marie Curie.
Georgia Ramplin, community fundraiser, said:“I’d like to say a huge congratulations to all of the nurses who received their long service awards.
“Without their dedication and hard work, we simply wouldn’t be able to care for people in Lanarkshire who are living with a terminal illness.”
Marie Curie Lanarkshire consists of around 50 nurses who care for people living with a terminal illness and their families from 10pm-7am in their own homes.
Last year in Lanarkshire, they provided over 2500 visits to people living with a terminal illness. If you have questions about terminal illness, need support or just want to talk, call the Marie Curie Support Line on 0800 090 2309.
It’s for anyone affected by terminal illness, including family and friends.
Honours Marie Curie nurses celebrated their long-service awards