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Barking nurse ‘delighted’ to win certificate for her work

PUBLISHED: 15:00 19 January 2017 | UPDATED: 15:34 19 January 2017

Feride Marqeshi (centre) received a Care Certificate at the Julia Engwell Health Centre on Woodward Road in Dagenham. Here, pictured with Titilayo Idowu (left) and Maureen Ryan.

Feride Marqeshi (centre) received a Care Certificate at the Julia Engwell Health Centre on Woodward Road in Dagenham. Here, pictured with Titilayo Idowu (left) and Maureen Ryan.

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A community nurse said she was “delighted” after receiving recognition for her hard work.

Feride Marqeshi, 51, was presented with the Care Certificate at the Julia Engwell Health Centre in Woodward Road, Dagenham, on Monday.

“I was delighted to receive the certificate from Stephanie Dawe [North East London Foundation Trust chief nurse and executive director of integrated care Essex] this week,” said the Barking resident, who has worked as a community nursery nurse for three years in the borough.

The Care Certificate has to be taken by all band one to four staff at NELFT as part of their development programme, recognising competency at a number of criteria.

Feride added: “I am proud to work in the school nursing team that always strives to provide the best care for the people of this community.”


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