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SCN and SENATE 12 Days of Christmas…

Sharon Howard, an administrative support officer with NHS England, gets in the festive spirit:

As part of our Christmas celebrations the Thames Valley SCN and Senate are getting creative, producing a picture each day for 12 days for an alternative version of the 12 Days of Christmas song written by myself, below. To see our pictures shared between the 4th and the 19th December follow us on Twitter – @ThamesValleySCN

What are your team doing to celebrate Christmas?

The Thames Valley SCN and Senate 12 Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas the NHS gave us

A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the second day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the third day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the fourth day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the fifth day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the sixth day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Six dashing Doctors
Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the seventh day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Seven surgeons slicing
Six dashing Doctors
Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the eight day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Eight helpful nurses
Seven surgeons slicing
Six dashing Doctors
Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the ninth day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Nine cold syringes
Eight helpful nurses
Seven surgeons slicing
Six dashing Doctors
Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the tenth day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Ten monitors beeping
Nine cold syringes
Eight helpful nurses
Seven surgeons slicing
Six dashing Doctors
Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the eleventh day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Eleven IV’s dripping
Ten monitors beeping
Nine cold syringes
Eight helpful nurses
Seven surgeons slicing
Six dashing Doctors
Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree

On the twelfth day of Christmas the NHS gave us

Twelve patients sleeping
Eleven IV’s dripping
Ten monitors beeping
Nine cold syringes
Eight helpful nurses
Seven surgeons slicing
Six dashing Doctors
Five stethoscopes
Four babies born
Three bedpans
Two surgical gloves and
A Patient in a Palm Tree


sharon-howardSharon Howard is an Administrative Support Officer for NHS England’s Strategic Clinical Networks in the Thames Valley. She has worked for the NHS since 2010, starting as a Medical Laboratory Assistant in Biochemistry. She also worked as a Healthcare Assistant in Radiology before moving into her first administrative role in Clinical Genetics.

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