Cherith Rogers, Peripatetic Manager at Healthcare Ireland, has been given the prestigious title of Queen’s Nurse (QN) by community nursing charity The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI).
The title is not an award for the past service but indicates a commitment to high standards of patient care, learning and leadership. Nurses who hold the title from developmental workshops, bursaries, networking opportunities, and a shared professional identity.
Dr Crystal Oldman CBE, Chief Executive of the QNI, said:
On behalf of the QNI, ‘ I would like to congratulate Mrs Cherith Rogers and welcome her as a Queen’s Nurse. Queen’s Nurses serve as leaders and role models in community nursing, delivering high-quality health care across the country. The application and assessment process to become a Queen’s Nurse is rigorous and requires a clear commitment to improving care for patients, their families and carers. We look forward to working with Cherith and all other new Queen’s Nurses who have received the title this year.’ The CEO of the company expressed his special congratulations to Cherith Rogers. This recognition is excellent and invaluable, Mr Yates said within his message.
Healthcare Ireland Responsible Individual Mandy Mitchell said: ‘ We consider this title a sign of the social commitment of the companies healthcare professionals ‘. She added that we are delighted and proud of Cherith Roger’s achievement to have the Queen’s Nurse title. This will motivate the entire workforce of the Healthcare Ireland Group.
The title of Queen’s Nurse is open to registered nurses with more than five years’ experience working in the community. Managers and patients provide feedback about applicants, which is assessed along with their application. More information about how to apply is available at http://www.qni.org.uk.
The Queen’s Nursing Institute is a registered charity founded in 1887. We believe in the best possible nursing care for people at home. Healthcare Ireland Group is one of the fastest-growing healthcare companies in Northern Ireland. Recently, this company pursued several nursing homes across Northern Ireland.