Story on Sunday!
Published 31st October 2021
Story on Sunday! ☺️
This week our story is by TMBU neonatal nurse, Naylia Mogal.
“After finishing college I started my career as a nursery nurse within a local day nursery working with babies and young children. A parent at the nursery made a simple comment, changing my life forever, the comment being ‘I wish you were my health visitor’. Before I knew it I began to explore the role and discovered that I needed to be a nurse first.
I began my neonatal nurse journey as a nursery nurse at the special care in Princess Royal here I learnt the key foundations of special care and this is where my love and passion began for neonates.
From the second I started on the ward I just knew that I was destining to be a Neonatal Nurse, I qualified back in 2015 and secured my first nursing job at Trevor Mann. The sheer strength, determination and fight that the babies and families in our care show on a daily basis makes me privileged to be their nurse and part of their very special journey. Watching those babies grow bigger and stronger whilst teaching and supporting the families to care for their baby is something that is quite important to me and very central to my neonatal nursing role.
Trevor Mann has been recognised as outstanding by the CQC and being part of this team is an achievement I will always be proud of. #I❤️nursing”
Thank you to Naylia and all the other staff at TMBU and PRH!
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