Staff


Unit staff

Management Team

Wendy
Wendy
Karen
Karen
Lorraine
Lorraine

Reception

Fiona, Gaynor, Gail and Maddy are the lovely ladies who will answer your calls, make your appointments and welcome you at the Unit. Gail is the lady who arranges our osteoporosis clinics.

Fiona
Fiona
Gaynor
Gaynor
Gail
Gail
Maddy
Maddy
Gemma

Clinic Sisters

Lorraine, Maggi, Lisa are our Clinic Sisters; they have over 50 years of experience in breast clinics between them. At your appointment Sister will examine you, go through how you examine yourself, what you are looking for – she will also answer all your questions. Maggi is the Sister you will meet at our osteoporosis clinics.

Lorraine
Lorraine
Maggi
Maggi
Maggi
Lisa

 

Mammographers

Wendy leads our mammogram team at the Unit. Mammographers undergo special training in this field. Please feel free to ask them questions about your mammogram.

Wendy
Wendy

Daniella

Volunteer in the office

Is one of our invaluable volunteers – they help in the Office, at our charity shops and with events and collections. We cannot manage without help from volunteers. If you would like to know more please contact the Unit.

Daniella

 

Vikki Vesey

Communications Administrator / Fundraiser

Vikki manages all our events and is the first point of contact with our amazing fundraisers. Any events big or small Vikki is there to give assistance to make sure our fundraisers have everything they need.

Viki Vesey

Lisa

Social Media Administrator/Fundraiser

 


Manager’s comment

The commitment of all our staff and volunteers is amazing and I am very proud of the team we have here and of the service we provide.

So many fundraising events have taken place over the years in aid of the Unit, the initial build, the raising of the second story to accommodate the NHS Breast Unit and in 2007 an appeal to upgrade the x-ray equipment to full field digital. It would be impossible to list all the volunteers, staff and supporters of the past 40 years but I do wholeheartedly thank those who gave of their time and energy to make the Lady McAdden Trust what it is today.