Jan Dryden, director of nursing services at RedArc, has announced her retirement at the end of this year.
Sue Kinsella, previously a senior nurse at the organisation, is working closely with Jan to take over as head of nursing services in December. Dryden was recruited by RedArc since the company's inception over 20 years ago. She was the company's first nurse and in recent years has led a team of 15 nurses and all clinical aspects of the business. Dryden is also well known in the industry for her work on the Seven Families project. Prior to RedArc, Dryden worked in general nursing;...
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