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Date: 27 May 2020

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Best in Care Awards

Winners and shortlisted nominees, 2013

  1. Best in Care Clinical Award
  2. Best in Care Non-clinical Award
  3. Chief Executive’s Innovation in Practice Award
  4. Governors’ Award for Best in Care
  5. Behind the Scenes Award
  6. Team of the Year Award
  7. Volunteer of the Year Award
  8. Member of the Year Award
  9. Contribution to Infection Prevention and Control Award
  10. Dignity in Care Award
  11. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) Charity's Charity Supporter of the Year Award
  12. Patricia Taylor Award for Excellence in Service
  13. Brighter Futures Award
  14. Chairman’s Award for Employee of the Year

Best in Care Clinical Award

  • Anne Keogh, Specialist Nurse, Plastic Surgery
  • Carmel Maguire, Sister, Liver Outpatients
  • Dr Sara Thorne, Consultant Cardiologist [winner]

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Best in Care Non-clinical Award

  • Mark McCann, Porter, Clinical Decision Unit [winner]
  • Shena Webb, Group Manager, Group Manager, Anaesthetics and Critical Care
  • Taslim Kosar, Bereavement Care Officer, Bereavement Services

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Chief Executive’s Innovation in Practice Award

  • Ian Clark and the PICS Team [winner]
  • Kate Gee, CHD Nurse Consultant, Cardiology
  • Mark Leonard (Senior Physician Assistant), Simon Edwards (Video Manager), Derek Winckles (Graphics Manager)

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Governors’ Award for Best in Care

  • Ward 301 [winner]
  • Ben Adams/Imram Zaman, audiologists
  • Lee Payne, Medical Secretary, Trauma

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Behind the Scenes Award

  • Marian Amissah, Medical Devices Training Lead, Medical Engineering [winner]
  • Phil Bansal and Craig Jones, Housekeeping Assistants, Cleaning Rapid Response Team
  • Kate Davis, Lisa Kimberley and Helen Green, cashiers

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Team of the Year Award

  • Security [winner]
  • Dermatology Outpatients team
  • Fire Marshals

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Volunteer of the Year Award

  • Shuttlebug drivers [winner]
  • Roger Raybold, Volunteer in Atrium
  • Outpatients volunteers, Outpatients Area 1

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Member of the Year Award

  • Young Persons' Council [winner]
  • Valerie Reynolds (Governor)
  • Pam Kang and Henry Clare

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Contribution to Infection Prevention and Control Award

  • Peril Huie and Christine Howells, housekeeping assistants, Ward 302 [winner]
  • Collette Woods, Carol Wright and Columba Hetherington, housekeeping assistants, Ward 304
  • Ward 624

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Dignity in Care Award

  • Inigo Tolosa, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (Cancer Care) [winner]
  • Ward 407
  • Ward 514

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The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) Charity's Charity Supporter of the Year Award

  • Sharon Beer, Lead Heart and Lung Transplant Nurse
  • Geoff Heyes, Principal Clinical Scientist, Radiotherapy [winner]
  • Alastair Denniston, Consultant Ophthalmologist

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Patricia Taylor Award for Excellence in Service

  • Suzanne Griffin, Auxiliary Nurse, Ward 727 [winner]
  • Karen Evans, Auxiliary Nurse, Ward 408
  • Leaf Matthieson, Auxiliary Nurse, Outpatients

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Brighter Futures Award

  • Research and Development Operations team [winner]
  • Taking Positive Steps team
  • Peter Forsland and the Learning Hub team

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Chairman’s Award for Employee of the Year

  • Karon Rudge, Theatres (Burns and Plastics)
  • Angela Milner, Sister, Fracture Clinic
  • Michelle Duggins, Ambulatory Care Capacity Manager [winner]

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