Founder of Ears
Diane qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1997 (a long time ago) when old fashioned, basic nursing care was engraved into her heart and soul.
Her first appointed post was in Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Diane later moved into Community Nursing and Practice Nursing.
Ten years ago she moved to Northumberland where she also worked as a Community Nurse and a Practice Nurse.
Recently Diane moved back Home to Glasgow.
She is the youngest of eight children and has five boys of her own and two granchildren.
"Quite honestly I missed home.
Moving back was the best decision we have ever made. I am currently working as a Bank Nurse for Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS and running my two Private clinics in Stepps and Newton Mearns."
NHS Accredited Aural Nurse Specialist
NHS Accredited National Trainer
Providing Microsuctiion, Instrumentation & Irrigation courses from The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
Diploma in Primary Ear Care from the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Centre of Clinical Excellence
from Glasgow Caledonian University (1997)
RGN Diploma in Nursing
Registered General Nurse (1997)
the National Midwifery Council
"I have always cared for people as I would want to be cared for myself. Specialising in Ear Health has allowed me to continue to assess, plan and implement care and treat every single one of you to the very best ear health treatment and care experience."