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Bob’s book helps day care at King’s Lynn hospital

Pic attached, as requested, regarding the latest Bob Booth cheque presentation.
 
Bob presented a cheque for �500 to the QEH Day Surgery unit. The money will be used to send two Day Surgery Practitioners to the British Association of Day Surgery conference in Scarborough next June. The QEH is one of the Top Ten Day Surgery units in the country. We don't know yet if the ladies will be asked to give a presentation at the conference. Otherwise they will be there to learn about new advances in day surgery and how these can be applied at the QEH for the benefit of West Norfolk patients.   
The photo shows (left to right), Local author Bob Booth with Melanie Blackburn (Day Surgery Practitioner); Sister Linda Nichols (Day Surgery Sister), and Pamela Parish (Day Surgery Practitioner). Melanie and Pamela will be attending the conference. As usual, Bob has been extremely generous with the proceeds from his books - for which we remain grateful -and used the opportunity to promote 'King's Lynn, An Illustrated Street Dire

Pic attached, as requested, regarding the latest Bob Booth cheque presentation. Bob presented a cheque for �500 to the QEH Day Surgery unit. The money will be used to send two Day Surgery Practitioners to the British Association of Day Surgery conference in Scarborough next June. The QEH is one of the Top Ten Day Surgery units in the country. We don't know yet if the ladies will be asked to give a presentation at the conference. Otherwise they will be there to learn about new advances in day surgery and how these can be applied at the QEH for the benefit of West Norfolk patients. The photo shows (left to right), Local author Bob Booth with Melanie Blackburn (Day Surgery Practitioner); Sister Linda Nichols (Day Surgery Sister), and Pamela Parish (Day Surgery Practitioner). Melanie and Pamela will be attending the conference. As usual, Bob has been extremely generous with the proceeds from his books - for which we remain grateful -and used the opportunity to promote 'King's Lynn, An Illustrated Street Dire

Staff at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital are being helped to learn more about advances in day surgery thanks to the latest donation from town author Bob Booth.

Mr Booth, pictured above left, handed over a cheque for £500 to the hospital’s day surgery charitable fund from the proceeds of his latest book, King’s Lynn: An Illustrated Street Directory.

The money will be used to send two members of the unit’s staff from the day surgery unit to a national conference in Scarborough next summer, where they will be able to learn more about advances in the field.

Pictured with Mr Booth are, from left, day surgery practitioner Melanie Blackburn, Sister Linda Nichols and practitioner Pamela Parish.

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