Joint Staff Awards 2016

Staff from Stafford and Surrounds CCG, Cannock Chase CCG and South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula CCG along with colleagues from Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit came together for their first joint staff awards on 21 June. 58 nominations were received, and the judging panel spent a long time making their decision. All winners and highly commended staff are listed below but all nominees also received a certificate.

 

ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY (ABCD) AWARD

Helen Carr Theresa BoothWINNER
Theresa Booth, Admin Support [pictured right]

“Theresa has taken on additional workload and offers assistance without being asked. She is extremely proactive and professional. She is conscientious in her work and offers to help and follow up actions, even when she is very busy covering for others.”

HIGHLY COMMENDED
Helen Carr, PA to Director of Quality and Safety; Interim Secretarial Support to Safeguarding Team [pictured left]

“Helen is a star! She is professional, confident, hardworking, caring and always has time for colleagues. Helen worked long hours in supporting the Chief Nurse and Designated Nurse in ensuring a seamless inspection. Her cheerfulness is infectious and lifts the team’s spirits. Helen always thinks ahead and helps us get the job done.”

Ian AshtonHIGHLY COMMENDED
Ian Ashton, Assistant Finance Analyst [pictured left with Chief Officer Andy Donald]

“Ian proactively seeks out development opportunities and has assisted in key various areas of work including the planning process and agreement of balances. He has also provided significant supported to trainees and is always willing to help colleagues within and beyond finance with a friendly attitude.”

INNOVATION AWARD

Lisa BatesWINNER
Lisa Bates, Lead Nurse Adult Safeguarding

“Lisa goes above and beyond for everyone; the most marked example is her support for the safeguarding secretary who is currently off sick with cancer. Lisa has visited, brought gifts, organised regular catch ups with the wider team and generally kept the team member informed of what's going on. Much of this has been done in her own time and at her own expense and is testament to the kind heart and character she possesses. I am proud to have such a caring and selfless individual in my team”.

PATIENT FOCUS AWARD

Laura Bird Katie EmeryWINNERS
Laura Bird,Urgent Care Support Officer [pictured left] and Katie Emery, Urgent Care Administrator [pictured right]

“Katie and Laura set up and developed a new system for patients who require some rehabilitation to continue to live the life they have prior to becoming ill. They have worked hard to ensure the process is slick and most patients are now receiving rehabilitation within 48 hours of referral. In addition to improving the patient’s journey this has also been of benefit to the CCGs financially.”

Jackie NewmanHIGHLY COMMENDED
Jackie Newman, Individual Funding Requests (IFR) Administrator

“Jackie has a very difficult role, as largely the job is about telling people they can't have what they want or what they think they are entitled to. Jackie always stays calm and professional, and she ensures that requests are dealt with in a timely fashion with all the relevant information available.”

Chris AdamsHIGHLY COMMENDED
Chris Adams, Commissioning Manager

“Chris has worked throughout 2015/16 to develop the Transforming Care Programme Plan - this was recently submitted as part of the 2016/17 planning process and judged as excellent. She manages this challenging area of work well, her focus making a difference to the lives of the patients who she has commissioning responsibility for.”

INTEGRATION AWARD

Sara RogersWINNER
Sara Rogers, Corporate Support Manager; Executive Support to Chair, Governing Body and Chief Finance Officer

“Managing the entire admin team over the three CCGs, Sara divides her time across sites and encourages others to do so. Sara treats all of her staff equally and encourages integration. Sara has developed new ways of working for the admin team... She has contributed a great deal to the integration of the three CCGs and has been a real star supporting the OD programme.”

 

Vicky HilpertWINNER
Vicky Hilpert, Deputy Chief Finance Officer

“At a time of intense scrutiny and high pressure Vicky ensured that the integration of the Finance departments was seamless. Her personal work ethic and outgoing disposition ensured that the elements were able to come together and ensure a successful year end. Of note is her continued drive to standardise the systems and processes ensuring that the new 'group' approach to the CCG finances is embedded.”

CHIEF OFFICER'S AWARD

Tammy LottWINNER
Tammy Lott, Head of Collaborative Commissioning

“Tammy has a wealth of experience which she shares openly with less experienced colleagues, which supports the development of the organisation as an effective commissioner. She always goes the extra mile to get the outcomes the organisation needs for its patients, and selflessly ensures that anything needed to be done is done, on time and to the highest standard. She always works to her full capacity and is happy to help.”

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