So Long, Farewell

Sheila McGarley

The learning disability health team said goodbye to senior charge nurse Sheila McGarley after 36 years service.

Sheila’s career began in Strathmartine Hospital. She then moved to community nursing in Perth & Kinross before heading up the nursing team at Birch Avenue Day Centre.

She was there until the day hospital moved to Murray Royal Hospital and was renamed Learning Disability Intensive Support Service. Sheila will be sorely missed by her colleagues and patients alike.

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Morna Forbes

MAIN So Long, Farewell - Morna Forbes (2)Colleagues gathered to bid farewell to staff nurse and midwife Morna Forbes who has retired after 36 years with NHS Tayside.

Morna initially worked at Bridge of Earn Hospital before moving to Perth Royal Infirmary where she spent the remainder of her career working in the early pregnancy scanning service and the gynaecology ward.

A retiral party was held at PRI to say goodbye to Morna with Chief Executive Grant Archibald stopping by to thank her for her service and wish her well in her retirement.

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