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Date: 27 May 2020

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Best in Care Awards

Winners and shortlisted nominees, 2014

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

Behind the Scenes Award

  • Tracey Stewart, Booking Coordinator, Radiology [winner]
  • Patrick Cleal, Housekeeping Assistant, Housekeeping Services
  • Tariq Mahmood, Driver, Transport

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Best in Clinical Care Award

  • Don Sims and Team, Consultant Geriatrician, Stroke Services [winner]
  • Faye O'Reilly, Senior Sister, Ward West 2
  • Mark Cook, Consultant Haematologist, Centre for Clinical Haematology

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Best in Non-Clinical Care Award

  • Booking Centre [winner]
  • Frances Finn, Housekeeper, Ward 518
  • Christine Gough, Booking Coordinator, Dermatology Outpatients

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Brighter Futures Award

  • Vocational Development Team, Learning and Development [winner]
  • Jennie Cooke and Library Team, Library Manager, Library Services
  • Colin Bergin and Arlo Whitehouse, Trauma Research Nurses, SRMRC

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Chief Executive’s Innovation in Practice Award

  • Barnaby Waters, Imaging Technical Lead, Imaging [winner]
  • CDU, Clinical Decision Unit
  • Jan Van Vliet, Chief Cardiac Physiologist, Cardiology

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Dignity in Care Award

  • Donna McGillion, Radiographic Helper, Imaging [winner]
  • Ben Lucas, Charge Nurse, Ward 624
  • James Ferguson, Consultant Hepatologist, Liver Medicine

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Employee of the Year Award

  • Margaret Garbett, Matron, Emergency Department [winner]
  • Peter Hutton, Consultant and Honourable Professor in Anaesthesia, Anaesthetics
  • Donna Kimberley, Staff Nurse, CAPD

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Governors' Customer Care Award

  • David Chance, Housekeeper, Ward 513 [winner]
  • Ward 726
  • Audrey Kelly, Outpatient Administrator, Neurosciences Outpatients

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Infection Prevention and Control Award

  • PICS Programming Team [winner]
  • Martin Coogan, Housekeeping Assistant, Ward 625
  • Ward 515 Housekeeping Assistants

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Member of the Year Award

  • Sandra Haynes
  • Rabia Khanum [winner]
  • Joanne Partridge

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Patricia Taylor Award for Excellence in Service

  • Karen Cheshire, Healthcare Assistant, Ward 517
  • Eoan Brown, Healthcare Assistant, Ward 513
  • Andrew Bates, Theatre Support Worker, Theatres [winner]

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) Charity Award

  • Usha Kiran, Interpreting Services Administrator, Interpreting Services
  • Rhys Thomas and Jonathan Weblin, Physiotherapist and Senior Physiotherapist, Therapy Services [winner]
  • Kate Gee, CHD Nurse Consultant, Cardiology
  • Veronica Kumeta and Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer [winner]
  • Rebecca and Kevin Giddins
  • Katherine Sinfield

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Team of the Year Award

  • Ambulatory Care Services [winner]
  • Liver Outpatients
  • Renal Outpatients
  • Roberta Batchelor and Ward 302, Senior Sister

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Volunteer of the Year Award

  • Julie Liddle, Volunteer, Burns Centre [winner]
  • Roy Wilkins, Volunteer, East Block Day Unit
  • Mark Burgess, Volunteer, Wellcome Short Stay Unit

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Outstanding Achievement Award

  • Ward 302 – Surgical Assessment Unit [winner]

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