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NHS Grampian's chief executive pays tribute to 'amazing' team


By Sarah Rollo


THE chief executive of NHS Grampian has paid tribute to teams in Moray and the wider Grampian area who are working to keep health services up-and-running.

Professor Amanda Croft said staff across the health board are coping in the face of an unprecedented challenge.

NHS chief executive, Professor Amanda Croft.
NHS chief executive, Professor Amanda Croft.

She said: "All NHS Grampian staff are performing remarkably well in the current circumstances.

"This is an unprecedented challenge to the whole of the NHS in Scotland. It will require us all to work together and support each other in the weeks ahead.

"We are lucky to have amazing people working across the service – our doctors, nurses, midwives, surgeons, AHPs, support staff, porters, domestics, estates and facilities, administrative staff – the list goes on and on.

"We will all continue to do our utmost to provide the best of care to people in Grampian."​

Across the country, retired healthcare workers are being approached to return to work to bolster staffing numbers in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak.

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