60 seconds with...
I started training as a nurse at Barts in May 1965, qualifying and gaining my Barts Badge in 1969. After working on the wards, I specialised in nursing within the operating theatres. I was a Staff Nurse, then a Staff Sister and then managed the operating theatres from 1970 until 1985. I then managed surgical services until 1994, which is when Barts and the Royal London merged.
Maureen Wray is a much-loved Senior Sister at St Bartholomew's. Having started at Barts in 1973, she is now one of our longest serving members of staff.
In her 60 second interview, Maureen reflects on what St Bartholomew’s and the NHS means to her, her fondest memories from her career, and her hopes for the future.
Dr Babala Depala is an Associate Specialist Consultant for the elderly and has been working in general medicine at Newham Hospital for 42 years. He is one of our longest serving members of staff and is always willing to lend a helping hand to our staff and patients.