Volunteers make all the difference to heart patients

Volunteers are making a real difference to how well heart patients stick with their recovery programmes. In a new initiative, Gateway volunteers have joined up with the cardio team at University Hospital Birmingham to support patients as they get well.  Kate Gee, a nurse consultant for coronary heart disease at  University Hospital Birmingham, describes how volunteering helps the patients – and the volunteers.

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  1. Carol Gibbs says:

    I think the video is really good and puts over well the aims of the programme and the input that the Gateway volunteers make.

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