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Winners: June - July 14

Between June and July a total of 518 nominations were made, all of which received a personalised certificate from chief executive, Sue James.

On 2 September  the overall winners were recognised in the Pride of Derby awards presentation, for going the extra mile for their patients and colleagues.


 

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Best Frontline winner, Julie Moreton
Best Frontline winner, Julie Moreton
Best frontline member of staff

Winner: Julie Moreton, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Palliative Care Team

Julie demonstrated a consistently empathetic approach to patients, relatives and staff.

Julie went above and beyond to recognise and respond to situations and as a result making things better for patients and staff.

The judges felt Julie was a true asset to the Trust!



 

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Best Behind the Scenes winner, Julie Lovelock
Best Behind the Scenes winner, Julie Lovelock
Best behind the scenes member of staff

Winner: Julie Lovelock, Clinic Clerk, Rehabilitation Medicine

The judges felt Julie was “a diamond”

She went above and beyond her role – listening, caring and in the family’s words ‘should be treasured’.

Julie demonstrated that when dealing with people she saw a person, truly listened and cared enough about them to find a solution.




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Best Team winner, Ward 401
Best Team winner, Ward 401


Best Team

Winner: Ward 401

The Judges chose Ward 401 because they felt the contribution of everyone on the ward verified each one of the CARE standards.  They also, in this nomination, demonstrated good leadership and deep empathy from staff members.

 

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Inspirational Leader, Mary Richards
Inspirational Leader, Mary Richards
Inspirational Leader

Winner: Mary Richards

 The judges felt that it was evident from patients that Mary is respected by her team – ‘Huge respect’.

The judges thought that it was extremely obvious Mary went above and beyond her role. 

As Mary has just retired, the judges felt this was a nice final award to receive after dedicating her life to caring for others.

Mary recognised fear in a patient and took time out of her day to accompany them.

 

 

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