Areema Nasreen Wiki – Areema Nasreen Biography
Areema Nasreen was 36-year-old NHS nurse, who was believed to have had no underlying health issues, has died after contracting coronavirus.
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Nasreen, who has three children, and was from Walsall,
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The mother of three qualified as a staff nurse in January last year and worked at the hospital’s acute medical unit.
She worked at Walsall Manor hospital from 2003, in housekeeping and as a healthcare assistant before studying to become a nurse.
Areema Nasreen Corona virus
She developed symptoms of coronavirus on 13 March, including aches, a high temperature and then a cough. She tested positive for the virus last Friday.
Areema Nasreen, 36, had been placed on a ventilator at Walsall Manor Hospital where she worked in the acute medical unit.
Areema Nasreen Death
Areema Nasreen died shortly after midnight on Friday in intensive care at Walsall Manor hospital in the West Midlands, where she had worked for 16 years.
In a tribute posted on Facebook, her friend Rubi Aktar said: “She was the most loveliest, genuine person you could ever meet, she went above and beyond for everyone she met.
“I’m so grateful that I had the honour to call her my best friend, she saw me at my best and my worst and accepted my every flaw. I am so broken that words can’t explain.”
A relative told Birmingham Live: “The immediate family are devastated. Everyone is in shock this morning. She was always so full of life. She was devoted to her job as a nurse, she absolutely loved it.
“She passed away doing what she loved. I’m really sad for the rest of the family, she was a fantastic person.”
The trust described Ms Nasreen as a professional, passionate nurse who started out as a housekeeper in 2003, before working to gain her nursing qualification in January 2019.
“She was a very, very, respected and valued member of the team on the acute medical unit and they are absolutely distraught,” Mr Beeken said.
“Her dedication to her role and her popularity amongst her colleagues is obvious to see with the outpouring of grief.
“She always said that she was so blessed to have the role of a nurse which she absolutely loved because she wanted to feel like she could make a difference – and you did, Areema, you will be very sadly missed.”
Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust’s chief executive Richard Beeken said she was a “very respected member of the team”.
Another nurse Aimee O’Rourke, who worked at the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital in Margate, Kent, has also died after contracting the virus.
The “highly talented” nurse died at the hospital where she worked on Thurday night after testing positive for Covid-19.
“Heartbroken” colleagues and relatives have paid tribute to Ms O’Rourke, who was also a mother-of-three.
Commenting on the death of Ms Nasreen, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: “I pay tribute to the NHS staff who’ve died serving the NHS, serving the nation.
“It shows the incredible bravery of every member of the NHS who goes into work knowing that these dangers are there.”