Pat Gets Patients' Vote

Pat Gets Patients' Vote Auxilliary nurse Pat Porter became the latest recipient of the annual Radio Clatterbridge Staff Achievement Award. The 64 year-old, who is due to retire from full-time nursing at the end of April, has been voted the favourite member of staff by patients at Clatterbridge Hospital. Singer Gerry Marsden paid a surprise visit to the Dermatology Unit to present the award to Pat, from Bromborough, this lunchtime. Over the 29 years she has spent working for the NHS, Pat has helped raise in excess of £10,000 for the hospital.

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