Sister Jennifer Reed is working 12-hour shifts and taking it
all in her stride as a professional member of Netcare.
Sister Jennifer Reed is working 12-hour shifts and taking it all in her stride as a professional member of Netcare.
East Coast Drive is on a mission to recognise our frontline heroes in KZN, those people who are considered an essential service and are not able to safely tuck themselves away at home like the rest of us.
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Jennifer Reed was proudly nominated by her family.
This is what her family had to say: "She is a qualified Theatre Sister at a leading Netcare hospital in Durban, due
to the virus only important procedures are been dealt with in theatre otherwise Theatre is closed."
She and a few other staff have been trained to care for COVID -19 patients in ICU. This is apparently not her specialised area, so she has had to be trained as she's out of her comfort zone.
Throughout this whole ordeal, Jennifer is still showing a positive approach.
Sister Reed, from the whole of South Africa, we thank you for the work you do to keep this country afloat and alive. You are a true Frontline Hero and thank you for taking the time to speak to us on East Coast Drive.
You’ll find them in the hospitals, on the front lines, in the grocery stores and even at your front door, delivering your essentials. They might not be wearing capes, but these Frontline Heroes are going above-and-beyond every single day of lockdown.
That’s why PURA Soda & East Coast Radio are looking for you to tell us about your unsung heroes who are making a difference and helping people to live a little PURA during lockdown.
Just email [email protected] and they could win a refreshing PURA Soda hamper.
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