A party was held earlier this month the celebrate the achievements and retirement of an NHS worker who dedicated over 40 years to the service.
Organisation and leadership facilitator Caroline Langford is retiring after 41 years service to the NHS in North Wales.
Caroline began work for the NHS aged 19 and over her career has worked in procurement, finance and audit and training and development before moving into her role as organisational and leadership facilitator at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
Speaking of her retirement, Caroline said: “I’m looking forward to retiring after dedicating 41 years to the NHS.
“I’m going to miss my colleagues but I’ll enjoy having some time to reflect and to pursue some of my own interests.”
Colleague Joy Lloyd added: “She has contributed a great deal to the service during her time with us.
“She is a great advocate and someone who prides herself on her customer service skills. She is very organised and has a wide network of friends and colleagues.
“We express our sincere thanks for all her hard work over the years and wish Caroline all the best for her retirement.”
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