Full list of projects and Trusts to receive £700m from the £5.4bn pot to support the NHS response to the pandemic now confirmed - projects to ease winter pressure, reduce waiting lists and reduce unnecessary overnight stays https://t.co/2qjjrutsB1 pic.twitter.com/HBoBrh0Ab1— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) December 3, 2021
The winners of our 2021 Awards were announced this morning (September 21) at a virtual ceremony broadcast on twitter by HEFMA National Chair, Jonathan Stewart.
We had some fantastic entries to the awards this year, demonstrating the diversity, commitment, skills and sheer hard work of our E&F teams across the NHS. Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter and to our sponsors.
Congratulations to all of our winners.
Our 2021 Awards Winners
The Estates & Facilities Team at Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust for the achievements made over the last three years in transforming its service delivery. Sponsored by apetito.
London & South East Branch
The Facilities Project Team at The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for the development of successful retail catering outlet at the main hospital entrance. Sponsored by NIFES Consulting.
Northern & Yorkshire Branch
The Estates, Facilities & Procurement team at Synchronicity Care for the agile and creative response to the pandemic, and ongoing, exemplary achievements. Sponsored by GV Healthcare.
North West Branch
Scott McEvoy, Porter Supervisor at Leighton Hospital (Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Trust), who was instrumental in the introduction of a digital system. Sponsored by Capsticks.
South West Branch
The General Intensive Care Unit (GICU) Project Team at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust for the development of a new four-storey facility. Sponsored by ISS Healthcare.
West Midlands Branch
The Estates and Facilities Team at Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS FT, who have worked tirelessly during the pandemic to support the Trust and maintain services. Sponsored by PPL Training.
Synchronicity Care received the most points from the judging panel and was awarded Overall Winner.
See the September/October 2021 issue of HEFMA Pulse Magazine for more detail about each of these entries.
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine is calling for short-term ED capacity to be increased to stop preventable patient deaths from crowding & government needs to restore bed capacity and publish a long-term workforce plan https://t.co/UIPYvjDen2 pic.twitter.com/jlZszuaOAN— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) December 1, 2021