Recognising Success 2018 Staff Awards

Do you know an unsung hero? An individual, team or volunteer who goes the extra mile to make a difference to patients’ lives?

Our Recognising Success staff awards celebrate staff achievements and gives recognition for all of the hard work and dedication shown throughout the year. So if you know someone who deserves special recognition for their outstanding work, we want you to make a nomination.

***Deadline extended***


Closing date for nominations is 5pm on Friday 13th July, so don’t delay in submitting your nomination today!

This year’s award categories open to public nominations are as follows:

Unsung Hero Award

A staff member or volunteer who goes the extra mile, above and beyond the call of duty to provide a service.

They will demonstrate our Trust values (caring, collaborative, integrity and quality) and put in extraordinary effort to deliver safe, high quality, effective care for service users and staff.

Judges will be looking for evidence of:

• How they have demonstrated consistent or outstanding service to the Trust, going above and beyond to treat colleagues or patients in line with Trust values: Collaborative, Caring, Quality and Integrity.

• Making a significant difference to the experience of staff, patients, carers or visitors

• Exceeded what would normally be expected of them in their role, demonstrating commitment to achieving high quality outcomes in their line of work

• Demonstrated commitment to equality and diversity by delivering better outcomes for staff, patients which are fair, personal and diverse

Working in Collaboration

This award recognises a staff member, volunteer or team who has exemplified working in collaboration with other teams/departments or externally to improve services.

Judges will be looking for evidence of:

• Working successfully in collaboration across internal or external services of the Trust

• Seeking out ways to truly build relationships and removing obstacles

• Sharing learning and feedback with others

NHS70 Award

A staff member who has made a significant contribution to the NHS over the course of their career.

This individual will have been proactive throughout their time working for the Trust making changes for the benefit of the Trust and/or patients.

Judges will be looking for evidence of:

• Made a change that had a positive, measured and sustainable impact for the Trust

• Went ‘above and beyond’ expectations over their career at the Trust

For further information or support in submitting your nomination form, please contact,  who will be happy to help.