Three members of staff from the photobiology unit at Ninewells are celebrating 110 years experience between them!
Jo Campbell – 30 years
Phototherapy specialist nurse Jo Campbell began her training at Ninewells School of Nursing and Midwifery in November 1987.
After qualifying, Jo worked in general medicine, acute medical admissions, coronary care and medical care of the elderly before moving to dermatology outpatient department 23 years ago
Sheila Petrie – 40 years
Staff nurse Sheila Petrie began working for the NHS in May 1978 as a staff nurse in general medical before moving to general surgery. Sheila work in ENT for two years before becoming the ward sister of the male urology ward at Dundee Royal Infirmary.
She transferred to Ninewells when DRI was closed and worked in urology for 28 years until she switched to part time hours and took up a post in the phototherapy department in 2015.
Kirsteen Knight – 30 years
Staff nurse Kirsteen Knight trained to be a nurse in Glasgow and qualified in 1990, working in Glasgow for two years on a general medical ward.
Kirsteen took up a post in ward 6 at Ninewells before moving to the dermatology ward, then into the dermatology outpatients and photobiology unit.