What are the award categories? 

Patient experience

This award will be presented to an individual or team who go above and beyond expectations to deliver high quality customer service at all times which improves the patient/visitors/carers experience.

Patient safety

This award will be presented to an individual or team who has made an outstanding contribution to improve patient outcomes; improve safety or the standard of care delivered.

Innovation or Service Improvement

This award will be presented to an individual or team that has demonstrated exceptional innovation in their work or creative thinking to develop/improve services. This award is for a team which has changed the way they work or introduced new systems or roles that have made a difference to patients, either directly or behind the scenes, or made team-working more effective

Leadership

An individual, who inspires, motivates and encourages colleagues to bring about change, improvement or innovation. The nominee does not have to be the boss of a team. This award will be judged by representatives of the Governors Council.

Behind the scenes

This award will be presented to a team or individual working in a non-clinical position e.g. admin or estates, IT, HR, Finance etc who go above and beyond expectations to deliver high quality customer service at all times to staff or patients and/or who demonstrate innovation which results in an improved service, increased efficiency or value for money.

Healthcare Hero award

This award is for an individual or team who has made an outstanding contribution to the Trust’s service delivery mission – ‘Proud to make a difference’. The shortlisted entries for this award will be featured in the Sheffield Star and readers will be asked to vote for who they feel should win.

The Volunteer award

This award will be presented to a volunteer helping within STH who has given their time to make the greatest difference to patients or staff, or both. Staff, patients, members of the public and volunteers can nominate anyone who works in a voluntary capacity for the Trust.

What are the judges looking for?

The judging panel is made up of members of staff of varying levels from different areas across the Trust. Primarily, the judges will be looking for good examples of dedication above and beyond the call of duty and innovation or flair that has led to improvements in the delivery of services.

You can find the nomination form here

 
 

Additional Information

What are the judges looking for? 

The judging panel is made up of members of staff of varying levels from different areas across the Trust. Primarily, the judges will be looking for good examples of dedication above and beyond the call of duty and innovation or flair that has led to improvements in the delivery of services.

 
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