Colleagues and patients remember her
MICHELE Wood's early nursing career was in medical and surgical wards.Since 1990 she worked as a practice nurse and got a community nursing specialist practice degree.
MICHELE Wood's early nursing career was in medical and surgical wards.
Since 1990 she worked as a practice nurse and got a community nursing specialist practice degree.
Her special interest lay in diabetes care and she also completed a certificate in primary diabetes care at Warwick University as well as other general courses in asthma, cervical screening, travel health, wound care and skin cancer.
Ravenswood medical practice today paid tribute to Mrs Wood's abilities and professionalism.
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A statement from the practice said: “Michele was a much loved, valued and loyal member of the nursing team at Ravenswood medical practice.
“Michele worked at the practice for more than 18 years during which time she had given an outstanding contribution.
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“Her natural ability to care for and give support to her patients was well known. Her particular skills in the area of diabetes management will have been appreciated by the many patients who came to see her regularly.
“As a colleague Michele inspired and motivated others and went out of her way to give support and encouragement. She was always vibrant, positive and happy and had a way of lifting the spirits of those around her. She will be sorely missed by all who have had the privilege of knowing her.”
A book of condolence has been set up at the practice for staff and patients to add their special messages.