Nurses can now put their feet up.
TWO Coventry nurses have shaken their thermometers for the last time after clocking up more than 50 years service between them.
Pat Bentley and Mary Morrison were given a warm send-off by colleagues after retiring from Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital.
The loyal pair, who were each based at the hospital for 28 years, received a bouquet bouquet
a structure resembling a cluster of flowers. .
Miss Bentley, who was a state enrolled nurse State Enrolled Nurse
(in Britain) a nurse who has completed a two-year training course , was also given a figurine, and Mrs Morrison, a nursing auxiliary auxiliary
In grammar, a verb that is subordinate to the main lexical verb in a clause. Auxiliaries can convey distinctions of tense, aspect, mood, person, and number. , received a digital camera.
Operational nurse manager Caroline Rudd said: "Pat is a great character who has a real interest in health and safety and Mary was known as 'mother' because she looked after everyone on night duty.
"We will miss them both."
FAREWELL GIFTS: Pat Bentley (left) and Mary Morrison each receive flowers from ward manager Lucille Reed, watched by Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital colleagues and friends