I hope the sick people get better very soon. We raised some money on Christmas jumper day for the sick people to get better. Thank you for helping the sick people get better and working in the NHS and creating the vaccine. Thanks for working when you were tired we know it must be really hard working all the time. We are really proud of you for helping out.
I work for the NHS and see what goes on behind closed doors, and yes its been extremely hard, I just wanted to say to each and every member of staff that works here, you are all truly amazing, always giving a 100% regardless of what hurdles we come across, I hope that we all get that recognition we all truly deserve, keep up the hard fabulous work your all doing, love you all.
I would like to thank you for the amazing love and care that was shown to me when the birth of my son didn't go as planned. Cian was born via emergency c-section and whisked off to your unit where he was placed on a ventilator for 6 days. For a new mom this was devastating and scariest weeks of the my life, not being able to care for him as I had planned. But Cian got better at his time of need, he had all of you. You made those scary times bearable and happy memories x
Thank you so much to Maddie and the colorectal team at QE. Whenever my dad has needed advice or help, they have been right at the end of the phone. We as a family cannot thank her and the team enough for the help and support they've given my family over the past 5 years - we would not be the happy healthy family unit we are without your care and expertise xxx
You are all so amazing and doing such a inspirational job.
It doesn't get said enough, but you thank you. We don't need superheros when we have people like you; you are our real life superheroes and superheroines.
Words cannot express how much respect and gratitude that you all deserve for your sincere dedication to patients throughout such extremely difficult and unprecedented times.
You really are such special people, each and every one of you. I really do hope that you get the recognition that you deserve. Absolute angels. Sending you all 'Strength' to enable you all to continue doing, what must be, the most difficult of jobs. My heartfelt thanks. Proud to be an NHS Nurse and so proud of all of you.xxx
My thoughts and prayers go to each and every one of the wonderful NHS staff that are looking after us all during this awful time. It makes me very proud to be working in the NHS and i'm extremely proud of all my colleagues for their hard work and dedication. Lets hope for a brighter tomorrow.
To my colleagues In the HCCD Team, just wanted to acknowledge your ongoing commitment to continuing support members of our local community through the many services we offer. Also stepping up and supporting other departments who were hardest hit by this pandemic. Hopefully brighter days lie ahead. x
Thank you for taking care of my mom recently who was admitted with breathing problems, when I came to bring her some essentials and to pick up her belongings when she was discharged the friendliness and helpfulness of the receptionist and security guard at the entrance were so uplifting at a difficult time. All the ward staff were so lovely, and allowed me to quickly see my mom before she was discharged. A big THANK YOU :-)
I would like to say thank you to all the nurses, including y sister who i know work very hard day and night keeping people safe and well. Thank you for everything you do, there are better times ahead x
I just want to say a huge THANK YOU to all those who work at Heartlands. I have been very ill over the last 14 months, had numerous visits to hospital. Each time I have been to hospital I have been cared for to an extremely high standard, everything has been explained to me in a way I understand and I have not had one member of staff not smile at me. You are under extreme pressure, work very long hours and put yourself on the frontline because you genuinely care for others. Thank you.
A mere “thank you” is not enough for the hours you’re all putting in to caring and supporting patients and families in our community, especially with all the added protections needed. Either on the front line in critical care, other patient facing areas, behind the scenes in all sorts of ways, or supporting testing units or the crucial vaccination hubs. Consider this a big hug with sincere warmth, and a huge genuine ‘thank you’ for being there x
To my amazing,strong,caring big sister and Auntie we are all so very proud of you! Every time you and the rest of the a&e staff go to work you are putting yourselfs at risk to save others not just today in this strange world but alway and you do it with a smile on your face. You will always be our hero not just today but always! Stay safe we love and miss you lots x
Words cannot express the gratitude and appreciation I feel towards you for the level of care you have given and continue to give to your patients, particularly Debbie Blundell. So a simple thank you will have to suffice. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Thank you to all the amazing staff who work within the NHS, putting yourselves at risk day in day out, making sacrifices that we can only begin to understand how difficult that has been for each of you and your families. Without you all we wouldn’t even be in the running for fighting against COVID. Thank you so much, stay safe, stay strong
So proud of my big sister and all her team in A&E, you are all amazing people and are doing an amazing job, you should all be so proud of yourselves. Your jobs are hard enough in normal circumstances, but even harder with the current pandemic and yet you all continue to show such passion and dedication to your jobs. Keep up the great work that you are all doing xx
Hi guys (gals)
I had no idea of the stress and stain that must be upon you guys until my Sister came into your care.
I marvel at your dedication and skill in taking care of all the covid patients.
You must be exhausted, and at times despair.
You truly are superheroes and deserve Royal recognition for the services you provide.
We are so proud to call you Daughter.
You are dedicated to your job and do it to the best of your ability. You are caring and considerate.
You are strong, you are our hero.
Stay safe. We will see you when this crisis is over xxxx
Thank you so much for all your commitment and hard work, helping others in need. You do such amazing work, such special people to do this day in and day out. You have recently looked after a close family member of mine dealing with cancer at this difficult time, getting her through a life threatening reaction she had to her chemo, even in these difficult times. Thank you, we really appreciate you, keep going and keep smiling x
I work for National Grid who have looked after me during this very tough time and have also allowed me to be involved in supporting the NHS, I feel extremely proud that we have the NHS in this country and i don't know where we would be without all you wonderful NHS workers, Thank You
Thank you to all of you in the NHS-whatever your position, job title or role. You are all true, real-life super heroes. It is definitely a calling and you are all fulfilling that and then some more! I think about you all the time and all the amazing work you do. I can’t even imagine what one of your bad days must be like but please don’t get disheartened. We will be forever grateful and in your debt. Thank you!
You are all working so incredibly hard during this time. I know working in the NHS people may assume you are 'adjusted' to loss and death however when it is so out of your control and at such a large scale it must be so physically and mentally taxing. You all should be so so proud and I just wanted to know how apricated you are.
Thank you to all of the wonderful staff for taking such good care of our loved ones during such difficult times. We appreciate and acknowledge everything you do and all the sacrifices you make on a daily basis to continue to serve our community.
My Ashlea is one of Millions of NHS and front line staff working tirelessly on the front line in such physically And emotionally demanding circumstances having done so for months... Ash is one in a Million to me and makes me proud every day!
I wanted to Thank each and every single one of you all in the NHS, espeically you all on the Front Line....you really are absolute diamonds and we literally cannot thank you enough for what you are doing for us all. we love you, and we support you. I know it must be so hard but keep up the good work.....you are ALL AMAZING! X
Thank you Mr Tan for saving our hero’s life!!
Ian (Dad) had his life saving surgery, for oesophageal cancer, in June last year. Without this wonderful team, it may have been a different story.
We can’t thank you enough for what you did for us as a family!
To all NHS - keep up the good work, you are all truly amazing !
We just wanted to say a massive Thankyou to all the nurses and doctors in the special care unit at good hope hospital and at heartlands hospital who looked after my baby for the month he was In hospital.
The care and the support to us as a family meant everything and made it easier for us to deal with having a premature child. The care was so high and we’re so thankful and grateful for each and every person who looked after baby Arjun.
Thankyou so much!
We are so lucky to have you all working so hard, being so selfless and putting this country before yourselves, your families and your own health and happiness.
We will forever be grateful and once all this craziness is over and you sit and think, I hope it will hit you just how incredible you are. 🌈💜
Our really life superhero. You have worked so hard as always this last year, but you have also had so much to face personally. You have never once not shown up and done your bit. You are such a support to your staff team and I know what a positive impact you have on them.
So unbelievably proud of you, always ❤️
Thank you for your continued support and leadership. A great role model for cancer nurses. Keeping cancer nursing and patient care high on the agenda whilst also supporting critical care. You are amazing! 💙
I just wanted to say how absolutely wonderful the whole team were during my miscarriage. I felt cared about and comfortable and the compassion for what was happening was unfounded. They made the worst experience of my life so much and easier
To all the wonderful NHS staff at UHB, thank you for the amazing work you have all done over the last year. You have brought your clinical skills, help, support, comfort and humanity to so many patients, how can we ever say "thank you" enough. You are totally awesome!
The care and compassion shown to me following my liver transplant on 27 Dec by all disciplines was second to none despite the extremely difficult conditions they were working in during this pandemic Thank you
You are tired,
You’re feeling down,
You’re brow is always in a frown.
You are hungry, you are thirsty, and some days - there is no mercy.
But have faith, you are here, and maybe - just maybe, an end to all this is near.
You are great, you are awesome,
You are the worlds best!
YOU ARE THE NHS
Saying simply 'Thank you for your hard work', in no way comes close to how the public feel about OUR nurses. You are OUR nurses and as such we should be looking after you far more. You look after us in what are potentially the worst times of our lives. You don't shrink from that responsibility, so neither should we. Its an over-used phrase, 'NHS Hero', but there seems to be no better phrase for you are all the best of us, your empathy, your patience, your kindness, heroes in every sense.
Thank you so much for all your hard work. There are not enough words to express how grateful my family and friends are for the work you all do. I hope this initiative goes some way to making you feel valued for everything you do.
Thank you for everything you do for patients and their families, especially during COVID. You are all amazing and I don't know how you do it, but I love you all and thank you from the bottom of my heart.
To the forgotten team who help keep the hospital functioning, clean, safe and fed during these especially trying times - Thank you. We appreciate the risks you take each day to help patients, families and staff.
This year, more than ever, we have witnessed our brave staff continuing to provide excellent care to our community in incredibly difficult circumstances. A special thank you to Ward 621 for treating my Grandad last year for bowel cancer. Thank you UHB Staff!