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Award Ceremony 2014/15

     

Last night over 500 staff, volunteers and supporters of Leicester’s Hospitals celebrated their fourth annual Caring at its Best awards ceremony at The Athena in Leicester.

Guests were thrilled to celebrate the hard work of all staff and mark the achievements of an extraordinary few.

Click here to see a selection of photographs from the night.

View the 2015 Awards Ceremony video below:

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Caring at its Best 2015 - Joanne Oxley
Joanne Oxley, Health Care Assistant from the Brain Injuries Unit at the General Hospital was awarded the ‘We treat people how we would like to be treated’ award



Caring at its Best 2015 - Sally Barnes and Dawn Newell
Sally Barnes and Dawn Newell, Senior Cardiac Specialist Nurses from the  Royal Infirmary received the ‘We focus on what matters most’ award




Caring at its Best 2015 - Kim Brewin

Kim Brewin, Trauma Admin Assistant, in the Fracture Clinic at the Royal Infirmary, was presented with the ‘We do what we say we are going to do’ award
          



Caring at its Best 2015 - Matthew Pilley
Matthew Pilley, Specialist in Clinical Prosthetics at the Royal Infirmary won the ‘We are passionate and creative in our work’ award



Caring at its Best 2015 - ED Volunteers
The Emergency Department Volunteers who took home the ‘Volunteer of the Year Award’  




Caring at its Best 2015 - Paediatric Cystic Fibrosis Team
The Paediatric Cystic Fibrosis Team from the Royal Infirmary, were selected as winners of ‘We are one team and we are best when we work together’ category
        


      
   

Caring at its Best 2015 - Children’s Diabetes Team
The Children’s Diabetes Team from the Royal Infirmary was publically nominated ‘Caring at its Best’ award 

    
    

Caring at its Best 2015 - Radio Gwendolen volunteers

The Radio Gwendolen team based at the General, were awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in the ‘Volunteer of the Year Award’ category




Mr Karamjit Singh CBE, Chairman of Leicester’s Hospitals, attended the awards and congratulated the winners. He said: "Since the awards were launched in September 2011, 151 staff have received one of our awards – that’s 104 individuals and 47 teams. 

"I know that my executive colleagues have enjoyed presenting many of these awards over the last four years and I am immensely proud to be a part of this evening as we recognise staff and volunteers for their contribution to our organisation, their colleagues and of course our patients.

"I would like to thank our esteemed judging panel who in August had the unenviable decision of choosing an overall winner from those who have been recognised over the past 12 months, and for those who were able to join us this evening to present the awards.”  



To highlight the important work of our staff, the Communications team created a video showing Leicester’s Hospitals through the eyes of our patients, which is available to view below.