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Team QEH Awards 2021

Team QEH Awards 2021

We announced our 2021 Team QEH Awards winners at a special annual awards evening on 17 March 2022 to celebrate the amazing work of our staff and volunteers.

Our awards evening held an extra special meaning after the last few years Ė everyone at Team QEH has worked so hard, consistently going above and beyond in exceptionally challenging circumstances during the pandemic to provide the best possible care for our patients.

Originally planned to be held in person, the difficult decision was taken to move the event online and hold a virtual awards ceremony in response to a significant increase in COVID cases in Kingís Lynn and West Norfolk. You can watch the recording below.

The winners

You can read a press release on our fantastic event, highlighting our winners here, or you can read a summary below.

For the 2021 awards the public chose the winner of two awards the Clinical Team of the Year and the We Care Award.

Patient Safety Champion

    This award recognises an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to improve patient outcomes, safety or the standard of care.

    Winner: Helen Parriss, Specialist Physiotherapist for Womenís Health

Clinical Team of the Year

    The winner of this award is chosen by the public. It goes to a clinical team who has gone above and beyond the call of duty and made an outstanding difference to our patients.

    Winner: Research and Development Team

Non-Clinical Team of the Year

    This award is for a team that has made an outstanding difference to colleagues by providing a support service that enables the smooth running of our organisation.

    Winner: Domestic Services Team

Growing our Own

    This award recognises a person in the early stages of their career who has made a notable achievement in their learning and development.

    Winner: Emma Staples, Senior Operating Department Practitioner

Leader of the Year

    This award recognises brilliant leadership by an individual who demonstrates a positive and sustained impact on patients, service users, carers and staff.

    Winner: Kit King, Team Leader on our Neonatal Unit

Behind the Scenes

    This is a very important award which recognises the contribution of an individual who provides vital support to our frontline services.

    Winner: Louise Wright, Service Manager, Women and Childrenís Division

Inclusion Champion

    This recognises an individual who promotes equality, diversity and inclusion for patients and staff.

    Winner: Sam Jude, Ward Manager on Feltwell Ward

Outstanding Achievement in Education or Research

    This goes to an individual who has demonstrated exceptional dedication or creative thinking in their work to develop or improve services for our patients.

    Winner: Salman Kidwai, Obstetrics Consultant

Allied Health Professional of the Year

    This award celebrates an exceptional member of our Allied Health Professionals team.

    Winner: Joules Lodge, Specialist Cardio-Respiratory Physiotherapist

We Listen

    This award goes to a person who has delivered forward-thinking quality services through listening and learning. They have made Team QEH a better place to work.

    Winner: Amanda-Jane Weir, Head of Staff Engagement and Wellbeing

We Act

    This recognises a person who has provided exceptional person-centred care through listening and understanding a patientís needs and then delivering care with compassion and dignity.

    Winner: Jane Wolfe, Uro-Gynae Specialist Nurse on Brancaster Ward

We Care

    The winner of this award is chosen by the public. It goes to an individual who consistently displays a positive attitude towards their work, delivers outstanding, patient-centred care, and strives to achieve excellent patient experience.

    Winner: Salman Kidwai, Obstetrics Consultant

Living Our Values Outstanding Contribution

    This celebrates the outstanding contribution of an individual who delivers safe, compassionate care for our patients and their families. They will have embodied the Team QEH values of We Listen, We Act, and We Care.

    Winner: Trudy Taylor, Head of Information and Business Support

Chairmanís Award for Developing Against the Odds

    This award is personally selected by the Chairman and it recognises a member of Team QEH who has succeeded in developing both professionally and personally through adversity.

    Winner: Roger Fisher, Clinical Site Manager

Volunteer of the Year Award

    This award recognises an outstanding individual or team who regularly volunteers their time and talent ad Team QEH.

    Winner: John Voaden (Award to be named The John Voaden Volunteer of the Year Award for 2022)

Special Recognition for Services for the Wellbeing of Staff

    Winner: Clinical Psychology Team

 


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