"If you walk around now, you see people of all different colors, from all walks of life, from all countries really.
"I always say 'you work in the NHS, it's like working for the UN ' - you have doctors from all possible parts of the world.
She added, however, that it might be "easy to feel that you are not appreciated " and that Black History Month was a good occasion to celebrate everything. the world contributions from.
'It is a celebration for all of us '
Kofi Quartey is project manager and currently supervises building a new cardiology lab.
He said staff were marking Black History Month in the trust canteens by serving Caribbean and African cuisine.
"Que vWhether you're black or white, it's really important that we understand the celebration of Black History Month - it's a celebration of all of us, "he added.
"[It's] to recognize humanity and to recognize what we all bring on board, and what we contribute to the NHS to make it a better place.
'It is important to be seen '
Kemi Adegboyega is a sister who has recounted her experience as a black nurse at the Trust had been "very in a ive position ".
She said Black History Month was important because it "means you are seen ".
"You are not only dans the numbers, hidden ... this is what it means to celebrate Black History Month - it means every person is valued "she added.
" You are always going to be seen, you are always going to be heard - this is what is important to me. "
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