June Roseingrave, Cardiac
I was born, bred
and raised in the Wairarapa.
Commenced training as a nurse
in the Wairarapa and completed training at Timaru
most recently in HDU for the last 11 years. Then began working
one day a week with Maureen Barnes in Cardiac
beginning of this year I have been job sharing with Jill
Trower as Specialist Nurse-Cardiac Outreach. This involves
seeing cardiac patients referred to our service to monitor,
assess, follow up and provide education, particularly in the
form of the Cardiac Rehab Class.
I am married to
Tony and have 4 children.
Jill Trower, Cardiac
I trained as a
nurse in the UK in the 80s, emigrated to NZ in 1988 and worked
at Masterton hospital. Have always had a strong cardiac
interest and completed my cardiac rehab training so that I
could work in that area.
I have worked in
many departments of the hospital including the coronary care
unit. Since March this year I have shared the role of Cardiac
nurse specialist with June, we are both really enjoying the
role and working together.
I am married to
Phil and have two daughters and a little
attended the University of Wales and qualified and registered
as a Pharmacist in the UK in 1991. She moved to New
Zealand in 1994 and settled in the Wairarapa.
Gail has worked as a pharmacist at Wairarapa hospital for
the last 17
years and has been actively involved with the Cardiac Rehabilitation
programme as it has developed.
Gail is also a qualified Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
(C.P.R.) Instructor (Level 1), and uses this to educate
non clinical hospitalstaff so they can learn this very valuable
and bred in Marlborough, boarded at a college in Christchurch
and attended the Occupational Therapy Training School in
Auckland. Moved with my husband and family to Wairarapa in
1976 and began work as the Occupational Therapist at Greytown
Hospital in 1984.
transferred to Masterton Hospital, working with those with
multiple disabilities and in the community.
In 2006 I took
over the role of presenting Energy Conservation/ Work
Simpliflication and Living Successfully with Stress sessions
for the Cardiac Rehab Groups.