St Ann’s Hospice honoured for work in Lithuania

Members of the Tiltas Trust present the letter of Honorary Membership to members of the St Ann’s team

Staff from St Ann’s Hospice have received special recognition for their work supporting clinical and medical colleagues in Lithuania.

The hospice was visited by Tom Macan, a former British Ambassador to Lithuania, and Peter Howe and Wendy Howe from British-Lithuanian charity the Tiltas Trust, who presented staff with a letter confirming the prestigious award of Honorary Membership of the British Lithuanian Society.

Eamonn O’Neal, Chief Executive of St Ann’s, said:  “It’s a privilege for St Ann’s to receive this recognition for the work staff here have done to help colleagues in Lithuania further develop their palliative care service provision for local people.

“St Ann’s has been delivering specialist care to patients with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses for almost half a century, and we’re always happy to share the knowledge and expertise that has come with that experience with others.

“We’re extremely proud of our strong links with Lithuania, and thank the British Lithuanian Society for recognising our work in this way.”

Thanks to the generosity of the Tiltas Trust, St Ann’s staff have been able to visit Lithuania on several occasions, and in turn host visits from staff from the country too.

 

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