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Thank you to our colleagues

As NHS and council leaders in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, we wanted to take a moment to recognise the outstanding role that our colleagues have played, and continue to, during the pandemic.
Thank you
We hesitated to add to your inbox when you are so very busy, but it has been nearly a year of working under these extraordinary circumstances and we want to say a very big thank you.

The challenges seem to get bigger and bigger in what we ask you to do and how you are helping the people of Cornwall. Yet we are constantly astounded and proud at how our workforce rise to the pressures they are faced with.

You, your colleagues and your staff are playing such a crucial role in keeping the people of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly safe in so many ways, from supporting and treating people in your community and now helping roll out the largest mass vaccination programme in NHS history.

Across all our organisations, our colleagues are doing amazing work. We want you to know that we appreciate you all and are very grateful for your continued dedication and tireless efforts.

Thank you again. Stay safe and take care of yourselves.

Phil Confue, chief executive officer, Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Helen Charlesworth-May, accountable officer, NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group, strategic director for public health and care, Cornwall Council
Kate Kennally, chief executive, Cornwall Council
Paul Masters, chief executive, Council of the Isles of Scilly
Kate Shields, chief executive, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Meredith Teasdale, strategic director for children, schools and families, Cornwall Council

Added on 25 February 2021, in News - General News

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