On Saturday 10 December 2011 a special presentation took place at Wathgill Army Training Camp, Richmond, North Yorkshire.
The High Sheriff of South Yorkshire, Andrew J Coomb Esq DL presented 212 (Yorkshire) Field Hospital (V) with ‘The High Sheriff’s Award’ in recognition and appreciation of their valuable and devoted service to the community.
212 Field Hospital who have returned earlier this year from Operations in Afghanistan have offices in Sheffield, York, Leeds, Bradford, Nottingham and Lincoln.
Receiving the Award on behalf of 212 Field Hospital was Corporal Cath Berry QARANC (a coronary care nurse at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary), Staff Sergeant Sue Marshall RAMC (a school nurse at Aysgarth Prep School, Bedale) and Captain Adrian Hoyle QARANC (a nurse working in general medicine at the Rotherham General Hospital).
All three recently saw active service this year in Afghanistan whilst manning the Military Hospital ‘Camp Bastion’ in the Helmand Province.
Also present was the Commanding Officer of 212 Field Hospital Colonel M V Pemberton L/RAMC, Honorary Colonel Sir Andrew Cash OBE and Regimental Sergeant Major Warrant Officer Class One Lee Hackleton RAMC.
The High Sheriff of South Yorkshire also presented Staff Sergeant Jeanette Beckett RAMC with the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (LS &GC) for over fifteen years exemplary service.
212 Military Field Hospital is currently recruiting healthcare professionals especially from within trauma field. So if you think you have got what it takes for a part time Paid Military career then for more information please contact Capt Mike Rutkowski on Office: 01904 668228, Mobile/Txt: 07771958311 or email: [email protected]