Nursing staff honoured for hard work and dedication

Non-nursing staff on Friday October 21, 2016 hosted a Special Tea for the nursing and clinical team at Stepping Stone Hospice in honour of their hard work and dedication in caring for their patients and their families. Guests and hosts alike also used the occasion to wear special hats in celebration of International Children's Palliative Care Day that was celebrated on Friday 21st October 2016.

Nursing Staff 1

Hantie Knoetze, our financial manager


Nursing Staff 2

Attending the tea: Sr Dora (Wits Hospice Training), Sr Tracy (Benoni Hospice), Sr Sheryl (Stepping Stone Hospice) and Sr Bongi (Wits Hospice Training)


Nursing Staff 3

Sr Beth Ndlovu, Tersia Burger, Sarah Mosia


Nursing Staff 4

Lizzy Khoza, Sr Lungile Madonsela

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