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Rainbow pebble brings cheer to the team

April 16 2020

Every element of the NHS is under pressure at the moment, so when members of the team at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre spotted a pebble painted with a rainbow in a planter near the hospital’s entrance, it brought a smile to everyone’s faces.

Mark White, Hospital Director at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre, commented: “We spotted the pebble and it really raised our spirits. We don’t know who left it there, but it is an amazing and greatly appreciated gesture.”

During the COVID-19 crisis, clinical and administrative teams at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre are supporting colleagues at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust (UHP) by opening operating theatres to a wide range of surgical specialties, running clinics from the Outpatient Department and offering MRI services. There are 30 hospital beds at the disposal of UHP if required.