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My CUH Story

Our staff are what make our hospitals special.

We have over 11,000 members of staff – each contributing to the safe, kind and excellent care we provide to our patients.

Juliette is wearing a dark navy uniform with yellow edging. She has short blond hair, worn in a side parting, with a pale pink streak at the front. She is smiling at the camera. She is wearing a yellow name badge and has two pens in her top pocket.

My CUH story - Juliette Buttimore

Juliette Buttimore, lead skull base & NF2 nurse practitioner, and co-clinical lead for the NF2 Eastern region, shares her My CUH Story.

Chloe has shoulder length, brown, braided hair. She wears metal rimmed glasses and gold stud earrings. She is wearing a black sleeveless top and her NHS lanyard.

My CUH Story - Chloe Giles

Chloe Giles, PA to Division A head of nursing and deputy head of nursing, shares her My CUH Story.

Jackie has very long dark brown hair. She is smiling widely and is wearing a white t-shirt and black dungarees.

My CUH Story - Jaqueline Pires

Jaqueline Pires is a trainee biomedical scientist. She is one of three CUH finalists at the 2022 Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards.

Mrityunjaya has short dark hair and he is smiling widely at the camera. He is wearing traditional dress which is beige check, as well as a scarf around his neck. He is stood in front of a gazebo draped in yellow and orange garlands.

My CUH Story - Mrityunjaya Billur

Mrityunjaya Billur is a diabetes specialist nurse here at CUH. Also known as Jay, we talked to him as part of our Diwali celebrations.

Taslima is wearing a beige and brown spotty top and a brown hijab covers her dark hair. She is smiling broadly at the camera and has a nose ring.

My CUH Story - Taslima Begum-Miah

Taslima is an apprentice administrator here at CUH. We talked to her as part of our Eid celebrations.

Emil is stood in his office. He wears black trousers and a white collared shirt. He is smiling and has brown eyes and a short black beard.

My CUH Story - Emil Brown

Emil Brown, complaints case manager and Race Equality and Cultural Heritage (REACH) network co-chair, shares his My CUH Story as part of our Black History Month celebrations.

Amanda Peck - Nursery Nurse

My CUH Story - Amanda Peck

Amanda Peck shares her experiences of being a nursery nurse at CUH, in our final story for Play in Hospital Week 2022.

Steph Fairbain

My CUH Story - Steph Fairbain

After 15 years at CUH, Steph reflects on her role as therapeutic play manager.

Kat Collen - Play Specialist

My CUH Story - Kat Collen

Kat Collen shares why play is a necessity, not a luxury, in her story for Play in Hospital Week.

Abi Arbon - Nursery Nurse

My CUH Story - Abi Arbon

Meet Nursery Nurse Abi Arbon and read about her role in the CUH play team.

Sophie Barber play specialist

My CUH Story - Sophie Barber

As Play in Hospital week kicks off at CUH, Sophie Barber, a play specialist working in the emergency department shares her story.

Andrea is sitting at her computer. She has long dark hair and is wearing a leopard-print dress. She is smiling and holding some diabetes testing equipment.

My CUH story - Andrea Lake

Andrea Lake, diabetes specialist nurse (DSN) and our lead diabetes research nurse, shares her CUH story on Hypo Awareness Week.

Ruby is stood outside The Rosie Hospital, wearing a white smock top. She has long dark hair and is smiling at the camera.

My CUH story – Ruby Lopez

Ruby, a senior sister in our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), says she is “a person of colour with a passion and vision for equality”. Here she shares her CUH story.

Jay Miles - My CUH Story - web listing image

My CUH Story - Jay Miles

To celebrate International Non-Binary Day we spoke to Jay Miles.

Madi is wearing a white blouse and a pink division C lanyard. She has her brown hair tied back, has a feather tattoo on her right collar bone/shoulder and has black glasses. She is outside in the Jubilee gardens at CUH and is smiling at the camera.

My CUH story - Madi Denton

Madi Denton, personal assistant to the head of nursing for division C, shares her CUH story to highlight the invaluable work of our admin staff.

David is wearing a burgundy shirt with an open collar, along with his musculoskeletal lanyard. He has a bald head and brown eyes, plus a brown and grey moustache and beard

My CUH Story - Armed Forces Week - David Cross

David Cross, deputy operations manager – Rheumatology, joined the NHS in September 2021 after serving in the Army for 26.5 years. Here he shares his experience of transitioning from the armed forces to the NHS.

Neil is smiling at the camera. He has cropped short light brown hair and blue eyes. He is wearing a light purple shirt, open at the collar

My CUH Story - Armed Forces Week - Neil McKie

Members of the armed forces community are being reminded of the career opportunities and wider support available at CUH during Armed Forces Week, 20-26 June 2022. We recognise the importance of supporting our armed forces community, charities and other related organisations.

Photo of Hannah Edgeley

My CUH Story - Hannah Edgeley

Hannah is a member of our Contact Centre - one of the first people our patients might meet at our hospitals. Hannah is a member of our capital, estates and facilities management team who play a critical role across our hospitals.

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My CUH Story - Max Rokoszak

Max is the energy manager at CUH and is a member of our capital, estates and facilities management team who play a critical role across our hospitals.

Photo of Chris Gawthrop-Bleet

My CUH Story - Chris Gawthrop-Bleet

Chris is the performance and information analyst for unified communications, which is part of our capital, estates and facilities management team who play a critical role across our hospitals.