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District Nurse Paperback – 26 Apr 2012
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In the bestselling tradition of Call the Midwife, an honest and moving account of working as a district nurse in 1950s England.
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Born in Belfast in July 1922, Patricia left her home town in 1944 to embark on a nursing career, beginning at Clare Hall Sanatorium, Barnet before going to train at the North Middlesex Hospital where she gained her S.R.N. Certificate in 1948. After a short period there as a Staff Nurse, she returned to Belfast to work for a year at Musgrove Park Hospital. She left for England once more to study at Sharoe Green Hospital, Preston, where she received her State Certified Midwifery Certificate in 1951, and in 1961 she was awarded the National Certificate of District Nursing.
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Loved her stories, Patricia's friendship with Margaret was lovely.
Patricia is the type of nurse we could all have looking after us.
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