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A day in the life of a specialist registrar doctor

Meet Victoria Hedges, who works as a specialist registrar doctor in our hospital palliative care team. In Victoria’s busy ‘day in the life’ diary, she does countless steps and reflects on what it’s been like to work in palliative medicine during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A day in the life of a specialist registrar doctor

Meet Victoria Hedges, who works as a specialist registrar doctor in our hospital palliative care team. In Victoria’s busy ‘day in the life’ diary, she does countless steps and reflects on what it’s been like to work in palliative medicine during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A day to remember…

On Thursday 24th June, we were able to host a very special outdoor event to thank our amazing volunteers for all of their incredible support and hard work.

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A day to remember…

On Thursday 24th June, we were able to host a very special outdoor event to thank our amazing volunteers for all of their incredible support and hard work.

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Happy 45th birthday to us!

It’s 45 years since Sobell House was formally opened, on 25th May 1976. We take a moment to reflect, and to say a big thank you to everyone who makes our care possible.

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Happy 45th birthday to us!

It’s 45 years since Sobell House was formally opened, on 25th May 1976. We take a moment to reflect, and to say a big thank you to everyone who makes our care possible.

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