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Congratulations to our Proud 2017 winners!

13 Dec 2017 13:38:52
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Friday 1 December marked the annual Proud Awards where more than 200 health care professionals and NHS colleagues came together to celebrate their fantastic achievements.

The event, held at the New York Stadium, was the culmination of the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust’s Proud Week of celebrations - one of the highlights of the Trust’s year. The week is dedicated to recognising committed and caring colleagues who ensure we continue to make a positive difference to our patients’ lives every day.

Louise Barnett, Chief Executive, said: “It was great to see so many colleagues come together to recognise the amazing work across the Trust. It was a privilege to be a part of the day and share this special day with our colleagues.

“Congratulations to all of our winners and runners up, and to everybody who was shortlisted and nominated for one of our awards.”

The winner of our Public Recognition Award, nominated by members of the public, patients and visitors and supported by the Rotherham Advertiser, was Mr Richard Crosher and the Oral Maxillofacial Team. Attendees at the ceremony heard how Mr Crosher and his team helped patient Stephen Peters overcome throat cancer twice.

In their nomination Stephen’s wife, Dawn, said: “He has saved my husband’s life twice now following throat cancer. The second time he got it we were told by another consultant that they could not do any more for him but sure enough Mr Crosher came back to work and was not ready to give up on Stephen and was happy to operate again.

“He worked with the doctors at Weston Park to plan more radiotherapy. Stephen has been in remission now for six years. I cannot thank Mr Crosher and his team of staff enough for what they have done for us. They have worked so hard with Stephen over the years enabling him to see his children grow into adults and for me to still have my soul mate here with me. The biggest thank you ever goes to these people.“

The Proud Awards 2017 winners and runners-up are:

Strategic Objectives Awards

Patients - Excellence in healthcare
Winner – Ruth Roddison, Pain Management

Colleagues - Engaged, accountable colleagues
Winner – Annette Trehern-Walker, Locality Therapy

Governance - Trusted, open governance
Winner – Paul Ralston, Procurement

Finance - Strong financial foundations
Winner – Family Health Divisional Team

Partners - Securing the future together
Winner – Dr Simon Smith, Cardiology

Core Values Awards

Winner – Sri Kakarlapudi, Nutrition and Dietetics
Runner Up – Michael Stevens, Domestic Services

Winner – Pauline Dean, Employee Relations
Runner Up – Joanne Coy, ITU

Winner – Nigel Good, IT Support
Runner Up – Josh Parker, Procurement

Proud Awards

Clinical Team of the Year
Winner – Community Locality Leads, Adult Community Nursing
Runner Up – Single Point of Access Team, Community Occupational Therapy

Non-Clinical Team of the Year
Winner – Orthopaedic Secretariat
Runner Up – Library Service

Our Top Leader
Winner – Abigail Starr, Adult Speech and Language Therapy
Runner Up – Louise Barclay, Anticoagulation

Unsung Hero
Winner – Robert Lumby, Stores and Distribution
Runner Up – Christine Jupp, Care Homes Team

Learning and Development Award
Winner – Jill Brown, 0-19 service
Runner Up – Angela Ariyibi, Learning and Development

Outstanding Volunteer Award
Winner – Chris Yarrow and Rosie Thornhill, Park Rehabilitation Centre
Runner Up – Pharmacy Volunteers

Partnership Working Award
Winner – Rotherham Heart Support Group
Runner Up – Mark Beck, M&S Food

Shining Star of the Year
Winner – Debby Foster, Ward A5

Innovation Award
Winner – Rachel Radford, Speech and Language Therapy
Runner Up – Kim Russon and Gaynor Rollin, Day Surgery
Runner Up – Joanna Tissington, UECC
Runner Up – Roxarne Salt, Staff Nurse

Public Recognition Award
Winner – Mr Richard Crosher and the Oral Maxillofacial Team
Runner Up – Photopheresis Team
Runner Up – Clare Storer, Midwife

Chief Executive's Award
Winner – Dr Nadi Gupta and the Integrated Sexual Health Team

Chairman's Award
Winner – Dr Kim Russon and the Day Case Surgery Team

Lifetime Achievement Award
Winner – Sue Hill, Clinical Radiology
Winner – Dr Christine Harrison, Paediatrics


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