STUDENT NURSE: LIFE AT ST HELIER HOSPITAL, CARSHALTON, SURREY, 1943
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Student nurse Joyce Collier signs for her keys, given to her by Sister Reed at St Helier Hospital. Each student-nurse had three keys - one for the door of her room, one for her wardrobe and one for her wall safe. According to the original caption, Sister Reed had been Home-Sister at the London Hospital before her retirement. She returned to nursing at the outbreak of war, due to the shortage of nurses.