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Hospice nurse’s professionalism shone through when her husband became a patient

Anne Sutton was already respected greatly as manager of a specialist palliative care ward, and her standing was enhanced further when her husband became a patient, as described here by her daughter Julie.
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Anne Sutton was already respected greatly as manager of a specialist palliative care ward, and her standing was enhanced further when her husband became a patient, as described here by her daughter Julie

The word that always crops up when my mother, Anne Sutton, is discussed by our family members, her patients or her fellow members of staff is ‘angel’.

She is the most caring nurse I have met and it is a wonderful to see someone with such dedication to her patients, profession and team. Her professionalism was at its finest when her husband, my dad, became a patient at the hospice where she works.

My mum has been the manager of St Joseph’s Ward, a specialist palliative care ward at St Margaret of Scotland Hospice in Clydebank, for about two years. My involvement with the hospice as a fundraiser

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