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 Memories of Old St.Georges Hospital 1818-1995  and Coton Hill Hospital 1854-1976, Stafford
A shared record of the Life and Times of these once-proud Old Hospitals. 25/02/2012


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NEWS and VIEWS

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Some of your Recent Pictures, Bordered Temporarily in red, on the Relevant Pages

 

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 Some of your Recent Anecdotes

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308 thoughts on “Home”

  1. Leitenberger Benjamin said:

    My grandfather Herbert Broemel, passed away on Dec. 1 this year for any one who wants to give their love and condolences to my granny Joyce Broemel the funeral will take place Thursday 13.Dec 10 am Stafford crematorium . They both worked most of their live at St G’s. I think it would be be great for my granny to see some faces she knows.

  2. Ian Ward said:

    Benjamin your grandfather was one of the first charge nurses I met at St. George’s when I started my training in 1971. A calm, quiet and patient man who helped me take my first faltering steps in the profession of psychiatric nursing. He was a very positive influence on me. My condolences to your family.
    Ian Ward, Adelaide South Australia.

  3. Philip Warelow said:

    Hi Benjamin, Bert and to a lesser degree Joyce we’re both significant in my career into mental health. Bert, was one of the charge nurses on Palmer Ward where I also started my career. I like Ian Ward also live in Australia, so will be unable to pay my respects to your Grandad. Please say g’day to Joyce for me and let her know that from afar Bert’s contribution is/was noteworthy. Regards Phil Warelow

  4. Roy Shirley said:

    Hello Benjamin. I find myself agreeing with my old friends Ian and Phil as far Berts influence on my early career. The first ward I was based on was Palmer Ward with your grandfather. He was an excellent charge nurse and I will never forget the mid morning coffee break and my first introduction to ground coffee,something I now drink a lot of.. Unlike Ian and Phil I don’t live in Australia,but Yorkshire so unable to come to the come to pay my respects. But please give my condolences and best wishes to Joyce

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