Staff Awards 2023 celebrates commitment, kindness and compassion

Staff Awards 2023 celebrates commitment, kindness and compassion

This year’s Oxford Health staff awards spotlighted the excellent work dedication and commitment of colleagues to making a difference to people’s lives.

Nearly 400 fantastic Trust colleagues were nominated by a patient, family or colleague for an award across thirteen different categories –working with the NHS People Promise to recognise delivery of care, patient experience, volunteering, inclusion and more!

The nominees, Executive team and attendees joined together at Unipart House on 25th April 2023 to celebrate colleagues, share inspirational nominations and support each other. The atmosphere was brimming with positivity, cheers and smiles as the deserving winners were announced.

Congratulations to all the winners, runners up and nominees.

Award type Award name  Winner
Individual Delivering Care Award Natalie Canfer
Individual Improving Patient Experience Award Andrew Prophet
Individual Inclusion Award Diane Woodward
Individual Living the Values Award Cristine Crook
Individual Preceptorship Award Sally-Anne Phillips
Individual Recognising Excellence & Innovation Award Emma Corless
Individual Safe Care Award Helen Wakeling
Individual Wellbeing Award Amor Bache
Team Clinical Teamwork Award Community Hospital Matrons
Team Flexible Clinical Team Award Community Nutrition and Dietetics
Team Flexible Non-Clinical Team Award PPE Team
Team Non-Clinical Teamwork Award HM Ops Team (Healthy Minds Operational Team)
Volunteer Volunteer of the Year Award Imogen Pursglove

Dr Nick Broughton said:

“It was wonderful to be face to face with colleagues again, after some tough times of late, to honour our colleagues who work hard each and every day to deliver caring, safe and excellent patient care.”

Chair of the Trust, David Walker, added:

“I was especially pleased to recognise some of our staff who work in non-clinical roles too, as their contributions could go under the radar. I was glad colleagues who work on receptions, or in estates, and workforce were winners.”

The hard work of all Oxford Health staff across the 150 sites makes a huge difference to the lives of patients, those who care for them and local communities. This is also an opportunity to celebrate and thank all staff across the Trust for their commitment.

A massive thank you to everyone who nominated someone to be considered for an award.

 

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Published: 26 April 2023