Event    From /9/2017 

Nightingale Badge - New

Categories: Medicine

The badge was introduced as a successor to the former Nightingale Badge. It is awarded to nurses who are deemed outstanding and who meet the definition of a ‘next generation Nightingale’, which is an individual who is a dedicated pioneer, innovative with an enquiring mind, who inspires others and goes beyond the call of duty.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Nightingale Badge - New

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Florence Nightingale Garden

{Left hand plaque:} The Nightingale badge awarded between 1925 - 1996. {Cent...

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Downham Health Leisure Centre

Downham Health Leisure Centre

A community centre in the Borough of Lewisham, It contains a large swimming pool, gym, library and creche.

Place, Community / Clubs, Medicine

1 memorial
Dr. John Snow

Dr. John Snow

Pioneer anaesthetist and epidemiologist. Born North Street in York. The site given as the source for the picture of Snow is an excellent site.

Person, Medicine

6 memorials
Sir James MacKenzie

Sir James MacKenzie

Physician and cardiologist. Our picture source gives a biography of this man. He was born on 12 April 1853, the third of the seven children of Robert MacKenzie (1816-1898) and Jean Campbell MacKen...

Person, Medicine, Scotland

1 memorial
King George Hospital, HMSO, Stamford Street

King George Hospital, HMSO, Stamford Street

From the Survey of London and Ezitis (excellent) we learn that the five storey Cornwall House, built as warehouse for H.M. Stationery Office, was completed in the middle of WW1 and so was used unti...

Group, Medicine

1 memorial