Change Of Uniform for Kerstin as NHS DG Recognises Reservist Staff 

Wednesday the 21st of June was Armed Forces Reserves Day and employers across the country are recognising the contribution of their employees in the Royal Naval Reserve, Army Reserve and Royal Air Force Reserve.

As one of the largest employers in the region, NHS Dumfries and Galloway is proud to support its reservist employees.

one of our Reservists, staff nurse Kerstin Dodd, is wearing her uniform at work in the neonatal unit in Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.

Kerstin has been a reservist in Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps for three years, joining 225 (Scottish) Medical Regiment in Stirling 2020, and is now a corporal in 215 (Scottish) Multirole Medical Regiment.

She is also a member of the army target pistol team, and was this year selected for the British triathlon team at the European Championships.

Reservists make up one-sixth of the total strength of the UK’s armed forces, and deploy alongside their regular counterparts on operations in the UK and overseas. Recently, 3,000 reservists were mobilised as part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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