The team based on the first floor of the main hospital at 20 Devonshire Place, is made up of 13 experienced and qualified nurses with expertise in ENT, ophthalmology, maxillofacial, paediatrics and general surgery.

OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH CONSULTANTS AND PAEDIATRIC SPECIalists

Our dedicated and professional nursing team has specialist skills and work closely with our consultants to provide an unrivalled level of care. The ward manager is involved with the smooth and efficient running of the ward. Under ward manager you have various roles within the department such as Ward Coordinator, Lead Paediatric Nurse, Day and Night sisters as well as staff nurses and healthcare assistants.

TEAM DEVELOPMENT

The department’s mission is to grow and develop the team and provide the highest quality service to enhance patients’ health and wellbeing. Every team member is committed to delivering the best possible standard of nursing care. They are trained in their expert specialty and possess the required and appropriate knowledge, skills, qualifications and aptitude for each post.

MULTILINGUAL TEAM MEMBERS

The majority of the team is multilingual, speaking a second language which helps improve communication in reassuring our patients from all over the world. Languages spoken include French, Portuguese, Punjabi, Hindi, Bengali, Malay and Filipino (tagalog).

THE TEAM CURRENTLY COMPRISES:

  • Nilam Heer, Ward Manager
  • Raffick Dilmohamed, Charge Nurse
  • Nalishebo Gaskell, Day Sister
  • Jasmine Gregorian, Staff Nurse
  • Carole Gwilliam, Staff Nurse
  • Rosie Ipheewai, Night Sister
  • Dina Norman, Night Sister
  • Rebecca Sarinas, Ward coordinator
  • Kim Teng, Staff Nurse (Nights)
  • Olga Ycay, Staff Nurse (Nights)

THE STAFF TRAINING FUND

The London Clinic is committed to the professional development and training of all our staff. Trainees are always supervised by qualified personnel. Patients can donate to the staff training and education fund which will be invested in training and developing our staff and allows them an opportunity to gain support for education, training and development in their area of expertise.