Staff Excellence Awards 2016 - the winners

 

 


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Each year our Staff Excellence Awards are held to recognise outstanding Trust employees and volunteers who deserve special recognition for consistently providing quality care for all.


Teams and individuals have been nominated for going the extra mile in their daily work to help improve patient, carer and staff experiences and who truly demonstrate our quality for all values and behaviours.


Winners, including the recipient of the People's Award - nominated by patients and the public - were revealed at a prestigious ceremony on 3rd November at the John Fretwell Sporting Complex.

 

 

Our values-based awards

For the individuals and teams that have demonstrated commitment to our Quality for All core values.

Communicating and working together

The ability to demonstrate the importance of open and honest communication and being able to show the involvement and engagement of others in aspects that might affect them. Always being respectful of others by working together and treating everyone as a valued and equal member of the team.

Shortlisted nominees (team)
Emergency Department/Emergency Assessment Unit Therapy Team
Recruitment Team
Trauma and orthopaedics Patient Pathway Co-ordinators/Typists

Shortlisted nominees (individual)
Ian Dennis 
Rebecca Jeffrey
Kim Kirk

 

Aspiring and improving
Being innovative and creative, seeking out best practice and delivering sustainable improvement. Inspiring others to strive for excellence, providing opportunities to give feedback so that people have the opportunity to improve.

Shortlisted nominees (team)
Discharge Specialist Nurses
Outpatients Improvement Team
Trauma and Orthopaedic Team

Shortlisted nominees (individual)
Vanessa Clay
Bala Srinivasan
Danielle Woods

 

Respectful and caring
Treating everyone with respect and dignity, and showing support and empathy to all people. Treating people as individuals and helping them to reach their true potential.

Shortlisted nominees (team)
Imaging Assistants
Theatre Recovery
Ward 24

Shortlisted nominees (individual)
Galina Hartshorn
Kim Kirk
Diane Taylor

 

Efficient and safe
Taking action to ensure the safety and well-being of others. Demonstrating the ability to remain calm in a crisis. Have a ‘can do’ attitude that others are always aware of. Planning ahead and ensuring that issues are dealt with in a timely manner with respect and professionalism.

Shortlisted nominees (team)
Emergency Assessment Unit
Pharmacy Stores Team
Sherwood Birthing Unit Co-ordinators

Shortlisted nominees (individual)
Yvonne Lisseman-Stones
Martin Pearce
Susannah Smith

 

Chris McFarlane Award (for training and development)

For an individual who has undertaken learning and development which has enhanced their work performance. This person could have undertaken formal or informal training which they consider has had a direct positive influence in their area of work.  The award can also be presented to an individual who has demonstrated excellence in mentoring, or provided a high level of professional/personal support, guidance or supervision to any individual or team (either formally or informally).

Shortlisted nominees
Ed Sum
Louise Morgan
Samantha Clarkson

 

Most Improved Team
Sean Lyons, Sherwood Forest Hospitals’ former Chairman, contributed this award to be presented to a team which has demonstrated great improvement. Nominations will be accepted from anyone, including members of the team itself.

Shortlisted nominees
Flow and Capacity Team
Discharge Lounge Team
Paresh Kothari and the Orthopaedic Team

 

Volunteer of the Year Award

 With more than 700 committed volunteers giving their time and energy to support the Trust, this award recognises the outstanding commitment made by an individual volunteer. Awarded to an individual who goes above and beyond their role as a volunteer within the Trust.

Shortlisted nominees
Ursula Clifton
Jane Combes
Fundraising Volunteers
Diane Kerry

 

The People’s Award

To recognise an individual or team who is dedicated to providing quality care and an exceptional level of service above and beyond the call of duty.  Nominations to be made by patients, public governors and members of the public.

Shortlisted nominees 
Suzie Lloyd
Cindy Marshall
Day Case Unit

 

Star of the Year Award

The Star of the Year Award will be awarded to the overall winner of our Star of the Month awards.

Shortlisted nominees
Barbara Page
Jackie Hatton
Sharon Wagg

 

Chair’s Award

This award is presented to an overall winner of all the categories in this year’s Staff Excellence Awards.

 

 

We can now announce that the winners of the Staff Excellence Awards 2016 were...

 

 

Communicating and Working Together

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Team winner 

Emergency Department/Emergency Assessment Unit Therapy Team

Individual Winner

Rebecca Jeffrey

 

Aspiring and Improving

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Team winner

Discharge Specialist Nurses Team

Individual Winner

Bala Srinivasan

 

Respectful and Caring

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Team winner

Theatre Recovery Team

Individual Winner

Diane Taylor

 

 

Safe and Efficient

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Team Winner

Emergency Assesment Unit

Individual Winner

Yvonne Lisseman-Stones

 

Sean Lyons' Cup for the Most Improved Team

Winner

Flow and Capacity Team

 

People's Award

Winner

Suzie Lloyd

 

Volunteer of the Year Award

Winner

Jane Combes

 

Chris Mcfarlane Award for training and development

Winner

Ed Sum

 

Star of the Year Award

Winner

Jackie Hatton

 

Chair's Award for Excellence

Team winner

Emergency Assesment Unit

Individual winner

Jackie Hatton

 

 

For a full list of nominations, please click the category below:

Communicating and working together

Respectful and caring

Aspiring and improving

Efficient and safe

 

People's Award

Star of the Year Award

Chris Mcfarlane Award for training and development

Volunteer of the Year Award

Sean Lyons' Cup for the Most Improved Team