Probably one of the most under appreciated professions in the UK or even the world, the public health worker or as known in the UK, the NHS worker. How many times have we heard about a nurse or doctor’s ungodly hours, working on average a 12 hour shift, 6 to 7 days a week on occasions when the need arises, which may have been the case in the current pandemic crisis.
We’re constantly reading about the verbal, mental and physical abuse they’re having to put up with on a daily basis, and this is their place of work. And don’t forget the extremely low annual pay rises, and to top that off, the majority of hospital workers don’t even get subsidised food or free parking at their place of work.
Lest us never forget what these brave heroes are doing and have done in the worst times of the Covid-19 pandemic. We’ve seen with our own eyes and through the eyes of the media, what true bravery and dedication is and the incredible mental and physical stress levels each NHS worker has had to endure in the darkest times this country has ever seen since the second World War.
The UK acknowledges
But one of the most emotional and thoughtful gestures the UK has ever done, which still fills me with hope in our society, was the millions of people clapping in the streets, and on the doorsteps, to acknowledge the massive show of love and appreciation for the people on the frontline of this deadly disease.
Finally people like you and I have come to realise, without this type of dedication and bravery, things could have turned out far worse. We must also remember that over 300 health and social care workers who caught and died from Covid-19.
Going forward, there is hope for a successful vaccine, but we shall never forget our NHS heroes, and what they are doing for us in hospitals, care homes, and for our communities. How can we make sure we try to achieve this? Simply by showing respect and manners, and perhaps if you are in a position where you’re able to offer any goodwill gesture, from just giving up your seat on a bus or special retail or general offers exclusively for NHS workers.
What can we do?
At Best Price Car Sales, we’d like to show our appreciation by offering all NHS workers whatever help we can possibly give, in order for them to be in a position to purchase a used car. Even if you are already a car owner and your vehicle is on its last legs, (or wheels) we will still offer you the most we possibly can, in order for you to be in a stronger position to purchase the used car you want. Working unusual hours? We will even deliver your new used car, free of charge anywhere in the UK, even at your place of work.
In order for you to increase your chances of getting car finance approval, we have one of the biggest portfolios of lenders in the UK. Finally, every NHS worker will get a free 5 day fully comprehensive car insurance and you will pay no instalments for your first month, because we will pay it for you.
To learn more about what Best Price Car Sales can do for you as one of thousands of NHS heroes, call 02382 544 186 and speak to one of our friendly advisors, or click here to get instant finance approval today.