Georgiana used to work as a nurse in the outpatient geriatrics department back in her homeland. In 2015 she decided to move from overseas and practice as a nurse in the UK. Georgiana thought hospital might be a bit too tough for her and so started working in a care home. She has worked there now for 4 years and absolutely loves it.
Georgiana explains that being a nurse in a care home is so important and there is no real difference between a nurse working in a care home and a nurse working in the NHS. Georgiana's roles makes a huge difference in the first moment when a person becomes unwell. She advocates for the people to stay in their home within the community, rather than going into hospital and her role is a key element to their care.
Georgiana finds her job so rewarding, full of smiles and unexpected hugs. Sometimes the job can bet challenging but at the end of each day she feels that she has made a difference in someone else’s life.
Georgiana is proud to be a nurse, proud of her team and most importantly proud to care.