Exceptional Healthcare Awards 2013
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
North Bristol NHS Trust celebrates the hard work, innovation and strentghs of its workforce at the Exceptional Healthcare Awards 2013.
This will be the third year we have held our Trust-wide staff awards to recognise and reward the outstanding work of our staff and volunteers.
The Exceptional Healthcare Awards recognise individuals and teams who go the extra mile for patients, the public and their colleagues.
There are 10 categories for example the Most Successful Service Improvement or the Patient Safety Champion.
North Bristol NHS Trust Chief Executive Marie-Noelle Orzel said: “The Exceptional Healthcare Awards are a tremendous way of recognising the outstanding work of our staff and volunteers, showing the Trust at its best.
“The awards highlight the numerous examples of exceptional care and innovation going on in our hospitals and community locations that make a huge difference to the lives of patients and staff.
“Well done to all our winners and to those who were shortlisted, and thank you once again to all who took the time to nominate.”
There were around 150 nominations and a panel which included staff and patient representatives decided on a shortlist.
The awards took place at St George’s, Bristol, on May 22 where the winners were announced at a ceremony hosted by BBC Radio Bristol’s Steve Le Fevre.
The event was once again funded by our generous corporate sponsors and charitable funds.
Updates from the event were also posted live on Twitter on @northbristolnhs or via #NBTawards.
The winners from the evening:
Outstanding Achievement - Sean Collins, Safeguarding Manager.
Best Research and Innovation - The Diabetes Research Team.
Most Successful Service Improvement - The Emergency Rectal Bleed Service.
Team of the Year - The Learning & Development Team.
Inspirational Leader - Victoria Cooney, Major Trauma Network Manager.
Unsung Hero - Arlene hill, Matron at Southmead Hospital.
Volunteer of the Year - Rosemary Anderson, Patient Panel Representative.
Best Improvement in Patient Experience - The South West Cleft Team
Patient Safety Champion - Judith Vickery, Matron, Ward 104, Frenchay Hospital.
Making a Difference - Lung Exercise & Educational Programme, Specialist Respiratory Physiotherapy.
Download the Exceptional Healthcare Awards - 2013 Shortlist.pdf
See our pictures from the event here.