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National nursing award for Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham manager

Published on 25/04/2024

Mo Ladele, General Manager for Healthcare for Older People
Mo Ladele, General Manager for Healthcare for Older People

Morisenuola (Mo) Ladele, General Manager for Healthcare of Older People at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB), has been presented with a prestigious British Journal of Nursing ‘Nurse of the Year’ award.

The accolade was for her work in her previous organisation, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

Mo, who joined QEHB as a general manager in January 2024, said: “The award recognises the work I did on the development of an inclusive hypertensive care provision in His Majesty’s Prison (HMP) Birmingham. It gives me great pride in my work and practice as a nurse.

“Reflecting on the whole experience, it encourages me to continually advocate for the delivery of safe high quality care services that is available, accessible and equitable for everyone.”

Jo Basketfield, Director of Nursing at QEHB, said: “Mo is a real asset to our hospital. She shows the commitment and passion that earned her the award in spades and we’re very lucky to have her. Congratulations Mo!”

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