The latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) report for the JPUH highlights the significant improvements made to ensure that patients and their families feel informed and involved with their care.
Excitement is building ahead of the Remarkable People Awards this Friday 17 October, when the winners will be announced at a spectacular ceremony.
The latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) report for the James Paget University Hospitals (JPUH) highlights the significant improvements made to ensure that patients and their families feel informed and involved with their care.15 October 2014
Excitement is building at the James Paget University Hospitals (JPUH) ahead of the Remarkable People Awards this Friday 17 October, when the winners will be announced at a spectacular ceremony.
Over 220 nominations were received from patients, staff, relatives and carers for 11 categories; including Ward of the Year, Apprentice of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and the Sir James Paget Award for Innovation.
The awards are in recognition of staff that really make a difference, for both individual and team achievements and highlighting the part each person plays in the patient journey. The work they do really does make a difference to the patients, relatives and carers.
There are 10 awards categories this year and the nominees are as follows:
- Ward of the Year: Short Stay Medical Unit, Day Care Unit, Children’s & Young Person’s Ward (Ward 10)
- Department of the Year: CT/MRI Scanning, Logistics (including transport and waste management), Sandra Chapman Centre (Oncology)
- Team of the Year: Day Care Unit, Portering team, Theatre 7
- Employee of the Year: Donna Carrier, Rebecca Crossley, Suzanne Shand, Rosemary Thompson
- Volunteer of the Year: Basil Rollason, Linda Clemmit, Ken Clulow
- Apprentice of the Year: Aaron Kiddell, Poppy Smith, Hannah Bailey, Abby Greaves
- Non-Clinical individual of the Year: Myra Saunders, Sue Barnes, Catherine Stimpson
- Clinical individual of the Year: Claire Gibbs, Dr Amma Oppong-Odiseng, Rebecca Preston
- Sir James Paget Award for Innovation: Claire Gibbs, Ben Burton, Philip Weihser & Dr Josip Stosic
- Governor’s award for the Outstanding Service: To be announced at the dinner.
The eagerly awaited awards ceremony will take place at Zest, Potters Leisure Resort, and will include a three course meal, the awards ceremony and entertainment.
Chairman, David Wright said “This event allows us the opportunity to show our appreciation for our staff and to showcase their excellent work. We have been overwhelmed with the response from staff, patients, relatives and carers, who have taken the time to nominate those people that have made a difference to them and we are very grateful for their support.”15 October 2014
Young patients and staff at the James Paget University Hospitals (JPUH) have been getting involved with a range of fun activities to celebrate National Play in Hospital Week.14 October 2014
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