Mr Jonathan Williams
19th November 2017
We are parents of a 43yr old physically son (John) who was rushed into the James Cook hospital mid November 2017 diagnosed with aspiration pneumonia. He was admitted to ward 5 where he received first class treatment from all the nursing staff and in particular a young man by the name of Jonathan Williams, an army nurse serving at Catterick Garrison and training at James Cook.
I would like to to say that 'Johnny' as he was called, had an immaculate dress code and appearance, always presenting himself to the highly professional standard. He displayed compassion and understanding regarding the needs of our son John, he allowed himself time to communicate with him either by interpretation from us as parents or from John using his speech machine.
He always displays an air of professionalism as he carried out his work, showing leadership skills in his willingness to help and advise others in there daily routines.
Being a retired engineer myself, latterly in the training of young adults, I feel justified in giving my opinion and would see this young man making future officer material.