All entries were fantastic examples of how teams and individuals are working together to improve services and are meeting the Trust’s vision of working with diverse communities to provide outstanding care.

Finalists in the Working Together Award category

Lynfest steering group, who  organised an annual festival of music and arts for people experiencing mental health problems which has made a difference to the health and wellbeing of the patients cared for at Lynfield Mount Hospital.

The Trust’s Carers Hub, which provides vital support for people in the district caring for loved ones.

Finalists in the Patient Experience Award category 

Belinda Marks who heads up the palliative care team and is dedicated to providing peaceful and dignified end of life care for the patients in the community that she cares for.

The recruitment and selection task and finish group actively champions patients, carers and staff working together, to ensure the right staff are employed during the recruitment and selection process to enhance ongoing patient experience.

Finalists in the You and Your Care Award category

Diane Hanson a healthcare assistant in one of the Trust’s district nursing teams, supporting patients in their own homes with their health problems; and health visitor.

Dawn McCann who always goes the extra mile to ensure the needs of the children, families and communities she serves are met.

Finalists in the Value for Money Award category

HR staff bank team who have been noted for their customer focus and ‘can do’ attitude in providing key support and access to temporary staff across the Trust’s wards.

The continence service dedicated to supporting local people with bladder and bowel problems.

Finalists in the Quality Award category

Wellbeing@work team who support staff within the Trust with a range of health and wellbeing initiatives, including a wide range of programmes to encourage staff to be more active.

Laura Gow an advanced nurse practitioner with the intensive home treatment team in Bradford, supporting people with mental health problems to stay out of hospital and in the community.

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