Good luck to our 2020 Awards finalists

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There are now just 24 hours to go before HEFMA announces the winners of our highly-prestigious 2020 Awards - see the full shortlist below.

Traditionally the award winners are announced at a Gala Awards Dinner during the annual Leadership Forum. As a result of the pandemic, this event had to be cancelled earlier in the year and the ongoing COVID-19 situation means the 2020 winners will be announced at a virtual ceremony tomorrow (Tuesday, September 29).

Starting at 10.30am the winner of each of our six awards will be announced by HEFMA National Chair, Jonathan Stewart and broadcast across social media (twitter) and on the HEFMA website.

More detail of each winning entry will be published in the September/October issue of HEFMA Pulse magazine and there will be follow-up articles on the website. To be shortlisted for these prestigious awards is a major achievement and a fitting reward for the hard work, initiative and innovation demonstrated by the individuals and teams involved.

The six award categories are: Efficiency & Improvement, Individual Development, Leader of the Year, People Development, Project of the Year and Team of the Year.

Good luck to all of our finalists and make sure you are following us tomorrow, @HEFMAUK, #HEFMAawards.

 

Shortlisted finalists

Bio-Medical Engineering Team - The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Brod Pooley - West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

Cath Atkins - University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust

David Carter - Worcestershire Health & Care NHS Trust

Estates and Facilities Team - Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Group Catering, Estates & Facilities Team - Northern Care Alliance (NCA) NHS Group

Jon Byrne - Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Lorraine Christopher – Barnsley Facilities Services (BFS)

Luke Goldfinch - West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

Mark Hogan - Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust

Mike Hill - Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Richard Best - Worcestershire Health & Care NHS Trust

Steve Wedgwood - The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Stuart Windsor - University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust



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