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Staff celebrated at the 2016 Quality Awards

25 November 2016

The winners of the 2016 Quality Awards were announced last night (24 November) during a special ceremony at Twickenham Stadium.

The awards evening, hosted by director of business and strategy Dr Chris Hilton, was an opportunity to celebrate our successes and to recognise some of the trust’s brightest stars.

This year saw more nominations than ever, with more than 400 entries from across the trust describing the incredible compassion and dedication shown by our colleagues every day.

Director of nursing, Beverley Murphy, said: “This is about the people on the shop floor making a difference everyday.”

The Quality Awards is an annual celebration of staff who go above and beyond in their daily working lives and embody our values of togetherness, responsibility, excellence and caring. The awards are judged by a panel of staff, service users and carers.

Congratulations to everyone who was shortlisted!

And the winners were…

Student trainee of the year
Georgina Gilmartin, student nurse, Thames Lodge

New starter
Marta Zygier, Activities coordinator, Broadmoor Hospital

Mentor of the year
Dr Nicola Thomas, principal clinical psychologist, Broadmoor Hospital

Promoting diversity
Nirmal Ladva, community support worker, Ealing Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Services

BK and Sandra (joint winners)

IAPT tri-borough perinatal team

Patient choice
Sophie White, clinical team leader, Lillie ward, Hammersmith & Fulham Mental Health Unit

Epsom and Cranfield wards, Broadmoor Hospital

Paul Byron, team leader, Hammersmith & Fulham Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Services

Quality improvement
PMVA team, Broadmoor Hospital

Excellence in patient care
Jock Hutchison, psychological wellbeing facilitator, Broadmoor Hospital

Employee of the year
Dr Joanna Dow, clinical lead for the Orchard and Claudio Mendes, specialist CBT therapist, Back on Track (joint winners)

Team of the year
Ealing IAPT

Chairman’s award
Nazanin Tayeby, assistant psychologist, Broadmoor Hospital