Yes- you heard right. Me, myself and I- Miss Treena Harris- is headed to Middlemore Hospital. I haven’t been able to confirm it until now as my placement was very late notice but joyfully accepted. But remember this- it is only a loan. I will be coming back to Southern Podiatry.
Well- it is time. You may recall that I am a Registered Nurse as well as a Podiatrist. In order to keep our qualifications and receive an annual license to work within our profession of choice (also known as practicing certificates), you need to complete time in each profession.
What else do I need to let you know? Well……..
How long will I be absent from Southern Podiatry?
I have been dedicated purely to the Podiatry profession for the past twelve years and in order to regain my Nursing licence, I will be working at Middlemore for 8 weeks. Some of this time requires me to complete several assignments with MIT. At this time, I have yet to receive confirmation of where I will be placed, but it will be somewhere I am useful.
When does this start?
The course commences on the 22nd May 2018. My calendar at the clinic has been handed over to our lovely, superb and extremely capable Podiatrist- Miss Georgia Wood. I have no doubt that everyone will be in good hands during my brief absence. And just remember that- it is brief. Many of you may not even notice that I have left and returned.
So to recap:
- Treena is heading to Middlemore Hospital to complete a MIT course to regain her nursing registration.
- She heads off on Monday 22nd May 2017 and will be back at the clinic late July.
- Georgia is going to continue with her wonderful work, and the whole team will be on hand to ensure your feet continue to receive the best care.
- If you have any questions, please contact us at the clinic and we will try our best to answer them.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our clients. Your understanding in regards to my upcoming absence, and indeed- from those that were aware of my intention- I have had nothing but encouragement, has meant the world to me.
Arohanui to you all. See you soon.