Bathroom supply firm Aqualla has announced the winner of its ‘Healthcare Hero’ initiative, a campaign launched in April to recognise the service of frontline NHS staff working during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deputy Sister Debbie Corbett, who lives in Dundonald and works at Antrim Area Hospital, has been named Aqualla’s ‘Healthcare Hero’ and has won a luxury bathroom after she was nominated by her sister Joanna Sloan from Belfast.
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Steven Allaway, Aqualla’s Managing Director, said that running the campaign was especially important to the company. ‘Whilst we have all been showing our gratitude to the frontline staff for working tirelessly in the fight against the coronavirus, Aqualla wanted to say their own special thank you’ he said.
‘The gift of a new bathroom will help to provide a spa like experience at home, a place to relax and rejuvenate, especially after a mentally and physically exhausting time at work. We hope Debbie enjoys it’ Allaway added.
Corbett, who was selected from a long list of deserving entrants, was delighted to be chosen and has expressed her gratitude for the Newtownards based firm. She commented: ‘This is such a surprise. I’m thrilled and a little overwhelmed that I’m considered a healthcare hero because I’m just doing my job like others in health and social care – in reality we are all going above and beyond. A new bathroom is so needed in our house right now so this really has come along at the right time. Thank you Aqualla.’