People in Greater Glasgow and Clyde are being urged to nominate their local health heroes for NHSGGC’s Excellence Awards.
Each and every day, staff deliver outstanding patient care and go that extra mile to ensure our patients and their families receive the optimum in patient care. And we want you to tell us by nominating them in our Excellence Awards.
Last year we received a record number of nominations – more than 400 – which is testament to the high regard that the public have for our staff and staff have for colleagues.
This is a great opportunity for staff, patients and visitors to show their support for the tremendous hard work and dedication of our staff.
Chairman John Brown said: “People in our area have a great track record in nominating their local health heroes and we want this to continue this year with lots of new nominations for our staff.
“It might be the nurse who cared for your elderly mum while she was seriously ill, or the doctor who went the extra mile to get you the latest treatment, or even the midwife who gave you the strength to go on after 24 hours in labour. They are all special and the Excellence Awards are designed to recognise this.
“It’s not just about doctors and nurses either. It might be the porter who made you smile and helped you through a difficult moment, or a play assistant who entertained your child at the before her operation. These are the real people of the NHS and we want to hear why you think they are special.”
Nominate and help identify those who deserve recognition - all seven categories are open to the public:
John added: “I visit teams and projects and hear about such fantastic innovations taking place across the organisation and these aren’t always nominated in our awards.
“So I want to create the opportunity to recognise the people that I see first-hand going above and beyond to ensure the highest standard of patient centred care.”
To nominate your local health hero visit: www.nhsggc.org.uk/excellenceawards . The closing date is 31 July 2020.
For further information either telephone 0141 201 4429 or email [email protected]