After almost 40 years with the NHS, Moira Simpson is exchanging her life in Pre-Op Assessment to becoming a golfing aficionado.
Moira trained as a student nurse in 1978 at the Victoria Infirmary in Glasgow, qualified three years later and began working in ENT. A move to the A&E department also saw her obtain her air ambulance wings.
Her next career move was to study orthopaedics at Phillips Hall Hospital which was followed by several years as a ward sister before she arrived at Stirling Royal Infirmary where she became a Clinical Support Nurse in 2001.
Moira has worked continuously, apart from a year off when she had her daughter Lauren in 1996, and plans to spend her retirement playing golf. She will be missed by all her friends.