The 2020 Health Care Climate Champion Awards will recognise the achievements, innovations and effective climate management programmes of hospitals and health systems - entries are open now https://t.co/p5kh9WbZVZ pic.twitter.com/FAtPEc0xHA— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) August 7, 2020
Nominations now closed
We have now closed nominations for the HEFMA Awards.
Every year HEFMA recognises and celebrates the hard work, efforts and achievements of NHS Estates and Facilities Management (EFM) teams and individuals from across the UK.
We will shortly reveal winners across the six categories: Efficiency & Improvement; Individual Development; People Development; Project of the Year; Leader of the Year; and Team of the Year.
HEFMA Awards 2019 winners announced
The winners of the 2019 HEFMA Awards were announced at the gala dinner during the annual Forum which was held in May at Doncaster Racecourse. The prestigious awards recognise individuals and teams from Estates and Facilities for their outstanding achievements to the sector.
It’s always a pleasure to recognise the hard work and achievements of Estates & Facilities teams and individuals at the annual awards dinner. This year, the gala dinner was held during the annual forum which took place on the 16th and 17th May at Doncaster Racecourse.
The full winner’s line-up from the HEFMA Awards 2019 is listed below.
Efficiency & Improvement Award
Winner: Cleanliness Team
Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
Individual Development Award
Winner: Theresa Gunn, Capital Building Project Manager
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust
Leader of the Year
Winner: Sandra Roberts, Divisional Manager, Estates and Facilities
New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton
People Development Award
Winner: Louise English, Property and Information Officer
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
Project of the Year
Winner: Southampton Centre for Cancer Immunology
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
Team of the Year
Winner: Facilities Bed Management Team
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Outstanding Service Award
The final award of the night was presented to Pam Miller for her lifetime service to the NHS Estates & Facilities.
For more information on the HEFMA Awards 2020, please visit www.hefmaawards.co.uk
NHS People Plan is dominated by the learning from and challenges of COVID-19 and how they can be embedded in future workforce transformation, however, disappointing lack of recognition for estates and facilities staff as essential workers https://t.co/kvAc03TfgK pic.twitter.com/LS1wWOvXdA— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) July 31, 2020