This has been a very difficult time for our family, but it could have been much worse without your dedication and expertise. My family and I are truly grateful for the level of care you were able to administer. We are also grateful for the time you took to talk with us to help us better understand our options.
Thank you for being on the front lines of care. Thank you for your kindness, dedication and healing touch. Thank you for always putting your patients first no matter how grueling your day. We thank you for providing an empathetic ear and compassionate hand when a life-changing diagnosis is delivered. We thank you for being a rock when waters get rough and we’re fighting for our lives.
You are the caregiver, communicator, patient advocate and decision maker. You are the hand-holder, the voice-of-reason, the 3 a.m. vitals-checkers. You become the around-the-clock best friend by the bedside, the calming voice, the familiar face full of compassion.
To many, you are a guardian angel.
You made such a difference in how you received us. You have respect, dignity and showed us empathy at a much needed time. You are one in a million. You care by nature and this shows sadly the NHS is being put under so much pressure this skill is being lost by so many and yet to be treated in the manner you showed us helps eleviate some of the stress if only many could adopt your caring nature.
I wanted to let you know how you helped us on a very difficult day. We have to return again due to the outcome of equipment not working within Radiology Department and hope that we are lucky enough for it to fall on your shift.
There are very few people we come accross like you, you keep the humanity in your role, compassion and understanding. You doing a great job in intensive care unit please continue the way you are and do not change like many others.
Thanks again. You are truly doing God’s work.
Marie Ames & Mark Farry
Charing Cross Intensive Care Patient
We cannot express enough our gratitude to you and your colleagues for the way you have looked after my wife during her End of Life Care. Everybody that contributed to her care throughout her stay in ICU has been exceptionally great.
Excellent communication throughout from the very first day of her admission till the end you all are indeed an Angel. I am very pleased with the care my wife received from your Unit and today l cherished and respect the NHS and the NHS Staff respectively.
My Son and grandchildren spoke very highly of you Anita, your effective communication was outstanding, you explained what was going on from system to system and elaborated on decompensation of the body system, really you have taught us so much things l never imagine how our body system works. You were there every step with us and your hospitality was another aspect of care for us the family, you made us Cup of Tea, Coffee, Biscuits several times, you asked us if we are alright almost every 15 minutes, you supported us and you did ask us if we would like you to explain to us every step what is happening to my wife and we said ‘yes please’ and you did and you even told us that any moment from now the heart rate might become zero on the monitor at least we were able to follow up with my wife’s journey and able to hold her hands and lots of kisses at the very last mimute of breadth that matters most, we are indeed very pleased and satisfied.
Thank you Anita, you are an asset and inspiration to your Unit. Very Professional all the way and even cried with us in the end. Thank you for the comfort and support you gave to us, thank you for the words of wisdom you gave to us and thank you for tidying up my wife and prepared her to the Chapel of Rest.
Pease Anita extend our gratitude to the ICU Doctors and Nurses, the Physiotherapist, the Dietician, the Cardiologist and all.
God Bless you all and from myself and my family we sincerely thank you all from the bottom of our hearts.
We would like to thank you very much for the care given to my brother during his Post-Operation Care in Internsive Care Unit at Wellington Hospital London.
Words cannot experess how much we apprreciated the care, love, kind, generousity and above being honest in the care you offered to my brother and to the family.
My mother cannot stop talking about you, she said you are so charming, lovely smile, great communicator and that we were lucky to have you looked after my brother.
Thank you so much and please continue doing what you do best you a great Nurse.
From Muhammed Family,
The Wellington Hospital
OUR KIDS CHARITY/FOUNDATION: CHARITY REGISTERED NUMBER 1136276.
For over 10 years ago the founding members in the UK and Sweden began to visit and work with vulnerable children in the Egipatsko Selo orphanage in Monstar.
They quickly understood that making a real difference would require long term sustainable social care projects and they created Our Kids Foundation to oversee this work. The foundation has grown from strength to strength and is now a registered charity in the UK (Our Kids), Sweden (Vara Barn) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (Nasa Djeca).
The care and concern of a worldwide community has been garnered to raise more than 430,000 Euros so far. Our seccessful projects have already transformed the lives of children and young adults struggling within the country’s severely under-funded care system.
Saint-Alexandra Healthcare is supporting a student of The Heathland School London in taking part in the forth coming group of Sixth Formers who are each attempting to raise £1000 to support the work of the ‘Our Kids’charity in Bosnia. This a group of 16 Sixth Form students with each student working hard to raise a minimum of £1000 as a donation towards Our Kids Charity.
The charity is doing excellent work providing opportunitires for orphands in Bosnia, particularly in the city of Mostar.
Please Kindly Support these students in return able to support the orphans in Bosnia. Little support will make a difference in an orphan child’s life.
Please contact the school for further information on:
The Heathland School
Wellington Road South, Hounslow, Middlesex TW4 5JD
Saint-Alexandra Healthcare Services has received a Certificate of Donation from the LIFE-PRIORITY Fund
The little donation given to LIFE PRIORITY Fund will help make a difference to the lives of our most vulnerable patients.
The LIFE PRIORITY Fund Org will use donations received to develop better strategies for the managing acutely ill patients, to provide education for caregivers and to raise awareness about Intesive Care.
Many people still developing an acute illness, and, often survivors develop physical and psychological scars that remain after leaving hospital. The lIFE-PRIORITY Fund is aimed at improving the experiences of patients and their families while they are in ICU and afterwards.
Please help to support this organistion in your own unique way and to help the acutely ill patients!
THE MOVEMBER FOUNDATION
The leading global organisation committed to changing the face of men’s health.
Saint-Alexandra Healthcare Supports Movember Charity organisation to help tackle Male Prostate Cancer.
Little donation has been given to this Charity from Saint-Alexandra Healthcare Services to help in her own unique way of supporting male prostate cancer earlier detection means early treatment and early treatment means successfull outcome in beating Prostate Cancer.
MALE SUPPORT GROUP RECEIVED A DONATION
1 WEEK(S) AGO
From Saint-Alexandra Healthcare Services Ltd.
Anita Alexus Okocha Managing Director of Saint-Alexandra Healthcare would like to thank the Hammersmith Intensive Care Male Nurses who have organised and participated in the Movember Charity Funding to support the Male Prostate Cancer.
Well Done Team
Thank you so much for taking care of my wife.
And the girls says thank you for taking care of their mother and now we have the confidence that this year’s family holiday to America will be possible. Thank you for making this dream a possible reality Anita.
Help us to thank your colleagues too the Doctors, Nurses and the Physiotherapist!
Lots of Love.