Ward staff

a constable's or watchman's staff.

See also: Ward

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NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said: "As soon as the decision was announced, local management informed ward staff of the decision.
Summary: Five Delhi Police personnel, a woman Central Reserve Police official, two Parliament watch and ward staff, a gardener and a camera person were among those who lost their lives in the attack
In early August, two teenage patients and registered nurse Rachel Merwood helped cut their hair, during a shared lunch for ward staff.
Locala will continue to provide care and therapy so there is continuity, with Maple Ward staff following patients to their new bed where possible.
I would like to express my sincere thanks to all staff, day & night ward staff also all theatre staff for being so pleasant and encouraging at all times.
Their report added: "This was due to delays in ward staff responding.
All the staff at UHW, Heath Hospital, from major emergency to all the ward staff and those who've cared for her when she had four further visits to the trauma clinic have been absolutely brilliant in their professionalism and care.
The three flat screen televisions from John Lewis, four reclining chairs from Motability Direct, and limited edition prints of a local artist's work - framed by Frameworks of Blyth - were presented to ward staff.
The three flat-screen televisions from John Lewis, four reclining chairs from Motability Direct, and limited edition prints of a local artist's work - framed by Frameworks of Blyth - were presented to ward staff.
Despite there being clear evidence of a desperate lack of the vital ward staff, the ideology-driven Tories have declared there is no such thing and refuse to exempt them from the PS35,000 salary threshold that would allow them to stay.