Keisha Osmond-Joseph, Lead Nurse for Haemoglobinopathy is the recent winner of our You Made a Difference Award after being nominated by not one, but three colleagues!Read " Keisha wins our You Made a Difference Aw…"
You Made a Difference Award winners
Laura May, children’s oncology clinical nurse specialist , recently won our You Made a Difference Award. Laura was nominated by Daniel Devitt, the interim Children’s Commissioner for Redbridge CCG. Daniel nominated Laura for making a string of beads of courage for a patient who had sadly lost their original set.Read " Laura, children’s oncology clinical nurs…"
Mandarin A ward at Queen’s Hospital are the latest winners of our You Made a Difference Award, a monthly prize that celebrates those who go above and beyond to give outstanding patient care.Read " Mandarin A win our You Made a Difference…"
Emer Szczygiel, Matron for our Emergency Department at King George Hospital, was recognised for championing Mental Health Awareness week.Read " Emer wins our You Made a Difference Awar…"
George Atkinson, a healthcare assistant on Mandarin B ward, was our recent winner of our You Made a Difference Award. George was nominated by Alexandria Taylor, a ward clerk on Ocean B ward, for the care he gave her brother while he was a patient at Queen’s Hospital.Read " George wins our You Made a Difference Aw…"
Rachael Lewis was the recent winner of our You Made a Difference Award after being put forward by patient partner Sara Turle. Rachael, who has just moved into a new role as a discharge coordinator, was nominated for her work as a healthcare assistant on our Sunflower Suite. Sara wanted Rachael to be recognised for the compassion she shows for her patients and their loved ones.Read " Rachael wins our You Made a Difference A…"
Sandra Rowland has been recognised by her colleagues in Phlebotomy for being a fantastic manager and has picked up our monthly You Made a Difference award!Read " Sandra is recognised by her team with ou…"
Nicola was nominated by colleague Fiona Farrell, who witnessed Nicola go above and beyond for one of our patients and their family. After finding out how upset a family member was because her mother was an inpatient in the department on her birthday, and they had originally planned to celebrate at a spa day, Nicola decided to bring the spa to them, arranging a makeshift nail bar and pamper session.Read " Nicola wins our April You Made A Differe…"
Karen and Paul were nominated for their work in organising a ‘Perfect Week’ at our Trust. The Perfect Week is a national initiative which aims to improve patient flow and focused on getting patients home as soon as they were able to. Karen and Paul were nominated by Ron Wright, Chair of our Patient Partnership Council, who was impressed by “the commitment that they exhibited, leading the project with such passion that others were naturally swept along with them.”Read " Karen and Paul from our Red2Green team w…"