Nyah met the team at Watford laboratory and joined Harvey's gang having an in-depth tour of the laboratories.
Nyah said she wanted to know about science to understand more of the tour. So Nyah' wish was Ben's command and he tried to make it as simple as possible without being too basic.
In Nyah' Harvey's gang tour (with her Grandad) the team came together and an experienced Clinical Scientist in chemistry explained the in-depth difficult chemistry department.
Then we had a Specialist Biomedical Scientist (BMS) explain Haematology.
A Senior Laboratory Assistant (MLA) explained how the Laboratory Management System and sample reception and booking in worked.
Regretfully on the day the Blood Transfusion laboratory was very busy so the tour was quite quick. However Nyah did get to see blood cells down a microscope and put her own sample on the Full Blood Count analyser.
Nyah' really enjoyed the tour and was really pleased with it.
Ben has offered her another visit in the future should she wish it, when she’s learned more from school.
The local press have written Nyah' story too: Watford Observer
Many thanks, Ben Sheath
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Watford General Hospital
Very many thanks Ben and all the team at Watford great to see, and welcome Nyah to Harvey's gang:
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