Flowers on the Wards

Posted in: News on July 2, 2015

(Story published by The Sentinel Newspaper 2nd July 2015)
June Brammar, Project Manager for rheumatology at the Haywood Foundation, said: "By introducing therapy we aim to make patients' stays more relaxing and positive."
June is on secondment from the Beth Johnson Foundation and has been involved in the concept and realisation of the new Rheumatology Unit at the Haywood Hospital.
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