ULHT Staff Awards 2018- announcing the shortlist

The caring, compassion and dedication of hospital staff from across Lincolnshire will be recognised at a glittering awards ceremony later this year.

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The caring, compassion and dedication of hospital staff from across Lincolnshire will be recognised at a glittering staff awards ceremony later this year.

Following an extensive longlisting and shortlisting process, the nominations for this year’s United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust Staff Awards have now been whittled down to the final shortlist.

This year, the awards attracted a record number of nominations – 793 up from 690 last year – recognising the staff who go above and beyond to provide excellent healthcare to the people of Lincolnshire.

Now, all nominations have been considered and the shortlist for each award chosen. In total, 44 individuals and teams who work across Lincolnshire’s hospitals have been shortlisted for this year’s awards in 11 categories.

Everyone shortlisted will be invited to the awards evening, along with their nominator. The event will take place at the Epic Centre at the Lincolnshire Showground on Thursday 3 May.

ULHT Chief Executive Jan Sobieraj said: “Congratulations to everyone who has been nominated this year. I believe this huge number of nominations from both patients and colleagues really reflects our exceptional staff who go above and beyond to provide the best possible quality of care to patients.

“Judging has been especially difficult this time around because of the high number of excellent nominations, and as so many people working within our hospitals clearly deserve to be recognised.”

The awards are entirely funded by sponsorship from local businesses and suppliers for which we are very grateful. Any business which is interested in supporting the awards is asked to contact staffawards@ulh.nhs.uk or call 01522 573986.

A full list of the shortlisted individuals and teams for each category of the awards is included below:

Great Patient Experience award

Louise Stocks, Occupational Therapist at Grantham and District Hospital

Reverend Alison Amelia, Chaplain, Christopher Flood, Obstetric Consultant, Louise Hugo, Sister in the Antenatal Clinic and Jill Wilding, Midwife at Lincoln County Hospital

Luretta Johnson, Community Midwife at Lincoln County Hospital

Dr Matt Williams, Consultant Renal Physician at Lincoln County Hospital

Chair’s compassion and respect award

Samantha McCarthy-Phull, Clinical Education Nurse at Lincoln County Hospital

Andrew Tysoe, Voluntary Services Manager Trustwide

Pamela Beattie, Chaplain at Lincoln County Hospital

Edwell Munyonga, Team Lead Occupational Therapist at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Unsung hero – non clinical

Ken Hodder, Joiner at Lincoln County Hospital

Tina Kovaks, Housekeeper on the special care baby unit at Lincoln County Hospital

Dave Pavier, Security Officer at Lincoln County Hospital

Colleen Norris, Ward Clerk on the stroke unit at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Volunteer of the year

June Dales, Volunteer, Trustwide

Mo Goodall, Volunteer on the day ward at Grantham and District Hospital

Nigel Brasier, Administration Volunteer at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Barbara Boobyer, Coordinator of League of Friends coffee shop at County Hospital, Louth

Research, innovation and education

Catherine Kirkpatrick, Consultant Sonographer at Lincoln County Hospital

Fab ambassadors Sharon Kidd, Patient Experience Manager, Samantha McCarthy-Phull, Clinical Education Nurse, Tracey Pemberton, Ward Sister and Jennie Negus, Deputy Chief Nurse, Trustwide

Claire Flavell, Strategic Lead- Lincolnshire Talent Academy, Trustwide

Nick Dudley, Principal Physicist, Lincoln County Hospital

Team of the year – non clinical

David Picken, Nikki Harris, Colin Hills and Jon Young, Associate Directors of Finance, Trustwide

Housekeeping team, Waddington ward, Lincoln County Hospital

IT department, Trustwide

Communications and engagement team, Trustwide

Extra mile – clinical

Meg Kelly, A&E Consultant at Lincoln County Hospital

Sue Wright and Tina Arnold, Healthcare Support Workers on the surgical emergency admissions unit at Lincoln County Hospital

Hospice in a Hospital at Grantham and District Hospital

Kathryn Mayer and Kellymarie Foster, Sepsis Practitioners, Trustwide

Unsung heroes – clinical

Wendy Ross, Nursery Nurse on the neonatal unit at Lincoln County Hospital

Karen Chapple, Staff Nurse on the intensive care unit at Lincoln County Hospital

Lisa Winters, Junior Sister on Shuttleworth ward at Lincoln County Hospital

Anthony Barlow, Consultant in General Surgery at Lincoln County Hospital

Outstanding leader

Sarah Fletcher, Support Manager at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

David Knight, Senior Chaplain and Bereavement Service Manager, Trustwide

Sara Blackbourn, Site Lead Occupational Therapist at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Shannon Rogers, Sister in A&E at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Team of the year – clinical

Stroke unit at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Ward 6 at Grantham and District Hospital

Orthopaedic team at Lincoln County Hospital and County Hospital, Louth

Surgical admissions lounge at Lincoln County Hospital

Extra mile – non clinical

Jo Hall, Reception Supervisor in A&E at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Debra Carter, Housekeeper on Ward 6a at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Danielle Oglesby, Housekeeper on the neonatal unit at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Val Blatchford, Operational Service Manager, Lincoln County Hospital

 

 

The ULHT Staff Awards 2018 are being generously supported by businesses including:

·         University of Lincoln

·         Intersurgical

·         Trinity Fire Systems

·         Alliance Medical

·         Phoenix Medical

·         JH Walter

·         Progress Living

·         Micronclean

·         Veolia

·         Freshtime UK

·         Pepsico

·         Alliance East Midlands

·         Doddington Hall

·         Tesco