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Two weeks left to nominate someone for an NHS healthcare award
16/03/2012

​People are urged to submit their entries for the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust awards as the nomination period starts to draw to a close.

Members of the public can highlight the achievements of health care workers, volunteers and community champions by nominating them for a Trust Award 2012 – but there are just two weeks left to nominate!

Nominations can be made online at www.surveymonkey.com/NSFTawards or by requesting a nomination form from Bernadette on 01603 421409.

The categories for the Trust Awards 2012 are:

  • Volunteer of the Year Award (for volunteers only)
  • Unsung Hero Award – non-clinical
  • Unsung Hero Award – clinical
  • Outstanding Community Contribution to the Trust Award (open to anyone, not just Trust staff)
  • Success in Partnership Working Award
  • The George Pearce Equality and Diversity Award
  • Leadership and Motivation Award
  • Light Bulb Award
  • Exceptional Contribution Award
  • The Chair’s Award

 

The awards are being funded through sponsorship from external companies that the Trust frequently work with. This means that any costs to the Trust will be kept to an absolute minimum.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony on Friday 6 July 2012 hosted by special guest Becky Jago, from ITV Anglia Tonight. The event will be an opportunity for the Trust to say a big thank you to staff for their skills and commitment.

Nominations close at 5pm on 30 March 2012 and nominations submitted after this time cannot be accepted. Full details, including nomination criteria, eligibility criteria and the rules and processes, can be found at www.nsft.nhs.uk.