Love Island’s Malin Anderson says superhero nurse Stephanie who did everything for her late son is her nomination

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THE skill, care and dedication nurses show every day is inspirational.  And we want YOU to tell us if an NHS nurse has gone above and beyond the call of duty to look after you or a loved one.

Now is your chance to say a big thank you by nominating them for a Best Nurse gong at our Who Cares Wins awards, which are backed by Love Island’s Malin Andersson.

Malin returned to Great Ormond Street Hospital for the first time since her baby’s death
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Nominate your NHS hero by visiting: thesun.co.uk/nhs-heroes-who-cares-wins.


Today Malin nominates her own superhero nurse, Stephanie McGarry.

MALIN Andersson has returned to Great Ormond Street Hospital for the first time since her baby’s death, to nominate a nurse for a Who Cares Wins award.

Consy was born in Bedford seven weeks early, last December, and taken to the hospital as some of her organs hadn’t developed. But at just 4lb 8oz, she was too small to be operated on.

Despite the medical team’s best efforts, Consy died four weeks later.

Malin has nominated Stephanie McGarry for a Best Nurse award
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Little Consy was just four weeks old when she died, despite the best efforts of GOSH’s medical team

Now Malin, 26, has nominated neonatal intensive care nurse Stephanie McGarry, 31, for a Best Nurse award.

The reality TV star says: “Stephanie is amazing at what she does. She really deserves this award.

“There were tears. I was trying to pull them back in. Every time I’ve come here, it’s been bad. But now I’m doing something positive.

“The staff became like family. They did everything they could.

“I didn’t get to hold Consy because she was so fragile and so sick. Stephanie would give her bubble baths. She went above and beyond.

Pay tribute to a healthcare worker by nominating them for an award


“I would talk to her about how I was feeling too — my emotions and what I was going through.”

Malin has been inundated with messages praising her for speaking out about her ordeal. She says: “It’s so overwhelming and fulfilling. This is something positive from the situation.”

Stephanie says: “I couldn’t believe I had been put forward for the award. I was just doing my job.”


Nominate your NHS hero by visiting: thesun.co.uk/nhs-heroes-who-cares-wins.


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