- Published: Thursday, 30 April 2020 14:58
Dr David Fluck
The Trust joined in with the national one minute silence on Tuesday, to honour the health, care and other key workers who have lost their lives to COVID-19, which coincided with International Workers' Memorial Day.
We held our own very moving act of remembrance led by our Chaplain Laurence. As you will all be aware that sadly we have lost three colleagues at ASPH to COVID, midwife Jane Pickett, porter Bernard Green and ex-colleague John Barr. Our thoughts are with their families and friends and we continue to support colleagues during this time. We are also looking to install a permanent memorial to remember those colleagues we've lost in due course.
As I mentioned in my last message, this week I wanted to take a moment to reflect on how much we've accomplished in such a short period of time in response to the pandemic, which is both inspirational and humbling. Below are just some of the highlights Team ASPH have achieved together - which will hopefully give an insight into the tremendous amount of transformational work completed - which really is outstanding, and I hope you are all as proud of this as I am!