81 and not giving up anytime soon: One of Britain's oldest nurses reveals why she refuses to retire and her fears about the NHS becoming privatised



One of Britain's oldest nurses, who has worked in the profession for over 65 years, has spoken of her fears about the NHS becoming privatised.
Aileen Coomber, of Worthing, West Sussex, who became a nursing cadet in July 1951, registered as a nurse in January 1976 and has seen many changes throughout her career, and has no plans to retire, despite being 81.
Just 11 when the NHS was established on 5 July, 1948, what worries her the most is the threat of privatisation.
Aileen, who was named the Royal College of Nursing Institute bank nurse of the year in 2017, said: 'I feel quite sad that the... read more

 
13 February 2018 in Health, Views: 53
Source: Daily Mail
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