Provide Annual Staff Awards 2019: Recognising the outstanding achievements of staff and volunteers
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Provide Annual Staff Awards 2019: Recognising the outstanding achievements of staff and volunteers

1st April 2019

01st Apr 2019

Every year the outstanding achievements of Provide’s health and care staff, as well as the volunteers who work with them, are recognised at an annual staff awards ceremony. This year it was held on 21 March 2019 at Greenwoods hotel & spa in Stock and 170 people attended.

The main categories for the awards and winners were:

Award

Winners

  1. Innovation Award

Gabrielle Constantinou, Natalie Gardner, Karen Schembri Sustainable Uniform Solutions (Gold)

Child Health Information Team, Automated Upload of Childhood vaccinations (Silver)

Nicola Hughes – ICT Tracker System (Bronze)

  1. Outstanding Leader Award

Kerry Hooper, Assistant Director – Clinical Pathway Lead

  1. Care and Compassion Award

Carol Gilbert, Podiatrist (Individual)

Halstead Hospital Ward (Service)

  1. Outstanding Volunteer Award

Pat Ratnage and Pam Tokeley, Tissue Viability and Lymphodema Service

  1. Outstanding Service Award

Physiotherapy Outpatient Service  

  1. Outstanding Employee Award

 

Helen Mcrorie, Team Leader, Child Health Information Service

This year we presented Highly Commended Awards in the following category to recognise the hard work and commitment of these individuals:

  • Annabel Hamilton and Laura Cook - Care and Compassion

57 members of staff received Educational Achievement Awards and 8 members of staff received Long Service Awards, for over 25 years of service to Provide and the wider NHS and care services.

Speaking about the awards Provide’s Chairman, Derrick Louis said:

“These awards recognise and acknowledge the commitment, hard work and achievement of our staff. We celebrate the exceptional teams and individuals who have gone above and beyond what is required of them to provide an excellent level of service. It is an occasion where we publically recognise these successes. We also acknowledge staff who have achieved national recognition.”

“There was an outstanding response for our Care and Compassion Award with patients, carers and their families nominating services and individuals they feel deserve to be recognised for their hard work and inspiring efforts.

“Many entries demonstrated how caring, compassionate and valued our staff are and I was proud to hear about the support shown by our staff to patients, often at difficult times for families.”

1. Innovation Award:

Gold Award Winner: Gabrielle Constantinou, Natalie Gardner, Karen Schembri Sustainable Uniform Solutions


Left to right: Carmel Rooney, Head of Learning and Development, Gabrielle Constantinou, Administrator, Karen Schembri, Health Improvements Assistant, Natalie Gardner, Administrator and Sarah Barnes, Assistant Director.

Silver Award Winner: Child Health Information Team, Automated Upload of Childhood vaccinations

Left to right: Carmel Rooney, Head of Learning and Development, members of Child Health Information Team, and Sarah Barnes, Assistant Director.

Bronze Award Winner: Nicola Hughes, ICT Tracker System

Left to right: Carmel Rooney, Head of Learning and Development, Nicola Hughes, MDT Co-Ordinator and Sarah Barnes, Assistant Director.


2. Outstanding Leader Award – Winner: Kerry Hooper

 

Left to right: Sophia Flint, Community Matron, Kerry Hooper, Asssistant Director, Provide’s Non-Executive Director Ginny Craig.


3. Care & Compassion Award

Winner: Service Category – Halstead Hospital Ward

 

Left to right: Derrick Louis, Provide’s Chairman, members of Halstead Hospital Ward, and Stephanie Dawe, Executive Clinical and Operations Director.

Winner: Individual Category – Carol Gilbert

Left to right: Derrick Louis, Carol Gilbert, Podiatrist, and Stephanie Dawe, Executive Clinical and Operations Director.


4. Outstanding Volunteer Award – winner: Pat Ratnage and Pam Tokeley, Tissue Viability and Lymphodema Service

Left to right: Jackie Bolton, Assistant Director, Pam Tokeley, Volunteer, Pat Ratnage, Volunteer, and Carol Doggett, Assistant Director.


5. Outstanding Service Award – winner: Physiotherapy Outpatients Service

Left to right: John Niland, Chief Executive, and members of Physiotherapy Outpatients Service


6. Outstanding Employee Award – Helen Mcrorie

Left to right: Michelle Kulik, Admin Support Manager, Helen Mcrorie, CHIS Team Leader, John Niland, Chief Executive .


Recipients of the Long Service Award

Moira Radford

Left to right:  John Niland, Chief Executive, Moira Radford, Senior Nurse Specialist

Clare Clarke

Left to right:  Clare Clarke, Community Nurse, John Niland, Chief Executive

Catherine Hudson

Left to right:  Catherine Hudson, Health Care Support Worker, John Niland, Chief Executive

Susan Olley

Left to right:  Susan Olley, District Nurse, John Niland, Chief Executive

Karen Estlea

Left to right:  Karen Estlea, Health Care Support Worker, John Niland, Chief Executive

Philip Richards

Left to right:  Philip Richards, Executive Finance Director, John Niland, Chief Executive

Sarah Read

Left to right:  Sarah Read, Physiotherapist, John Niland, Chief Executive


 For further information contact the Provide communications team:

provide.communications@nhs.net or call 0300 303 2669

 

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