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I would like to nominate the Emergency and Intensive Care Teams at Salisbury District Hospital and all supporting staff for their outstanding response to the Salisbury incident. This was a collective response from staff right across the hospital, including radiology and pathology and so many other supporting services. Throughout the incident the teams provided outstanding care to the three inpatients who were exposed to the nerve agent and a number of other people from the community who...

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Margaret has over 32 years’ service in the ambulance service, most of which was on the front line as an Emergency Medical Technician but latterly as the Trust’s Resource Manager. While a frontline member of staff Margaret was also a station supervisor who was totally committed to those patients with whose care she was entrusted. Margaret was also a mentor and role model to the staff in her station and beyond. She has a tremendous ability to gain the trust of all with whom she has reason to...

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Jayne Carpenter 51, is a Nurse Practitioner who has worked at the Royal Gwent Hospital since 1991. In May 2016, Jayne suffered from Sepsis as a result Jayne required multiple amputations. Now mobile and requiring assisted caring, Jayne has made a miraculous recovery. As an ambassador for The UK Sepsis Trust in Wales, Jayne passionately undertakes roles in public speaking and raising awareness of the national campaign through proactively being a member of the cross party group senate and...

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Agnes was a social worker and an approved mental health practitioner at Red Oak Lodge in Waltham Forest, and was an outstanding member of the Older Adults Community Mental Health Team.  She dealt with countless complex cases during her time there, always striving to do the very best for each and every patient. She has left an indelible mark on the team and the thousands of lives she has transformed over the years.

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Joan has long been a fierce advocate for patient and public and engagement in health services, as well as issues of equality and diversity. Her focus on patients' meaningful involvement in shaping health services and spreading the learning across the service will be even more important to ensure the NHS survives another 70 years. Joan Saddler is Associate Director of Patients and Communities at the NHS Confederation. She was formerly National Director of Patient and Public Affairs...

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Brian has pioneered two movements sweeping across the NHS -- #EndPJParalysis and #Last1000Days -- which are making a huge impact on patient care and experience countrywide.

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Sam is an inspirational leader, widely respected across the health service for his innovative work in primary care and excellence in delivering care to his patients in Tower Hamlets. The NHS has benefited from his exemplary leadership and outside-the-box thinking. Under his chairmanship, Tower Hamlets CCG was awarded Clinical Commissioning Group of the year by the HSJ in November 2014. The judges praised the group’s “strong leadership, especially around clinical leadership, while...

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Claire is the senior responsible officer for Surrey Heartlands Devolved Care System and has shown exemplary leadership in work to better integrated care across the region.

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Paul is blazing a trail, pioneering new ways of organising and delivering health and care services in Dudley. An exemplary leader, he is Chief Executive of Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group and has worked in the NHS for over 25 years. His work on accountable care was ahead of the curve, marking him out as a standout leader of the NHS.

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Rhian has pioneered a scheme that offers more effective help to frequent 999 users, reducing their reliance on emergency services. It refers frequent users to social services and is easing the strain on doctors.

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Phil is a fierce champion of mental health, striving to improve mental health services both nationally and locally, as a well-respected clinical leader in London. He is deputy chair (clinical) at NHS Kingston CCG, and is a long-standing and enthusiastic GP committed to transforming the NHS. He is a GP trainer and honorary teaching fellow at Imperial College. Locally he is CCG lead on education & training, appraisal, cardiovascular services and mental health. He is leading on the...

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Amanda has been at the forefront of efforts to transform health and social care for people in Lancashire and South Cumbria. She has been a GP for 20 years and is a partner in a large practice in a deprived area of Blackpool, which, in addition to Primary Medical Services, provides a range of urgent care services for patients across the Fylde Coast.  Amanda maintains an interest in urgent care. She was for ten years a Medical Director of the local Out of Hours service. Amanda is the...

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David has been the South Tyneside CCG Chief Officer since April 2013 and has maintained a strong focus on building successful local relationships. He has led major change programmes in both the NHS foundation trust and primary care environments and been a force for change in maximising the value of the NHS pound, with a laser-sharp focus on improving patient care. Formerly a consultant geriatrician, he has held a number of senior NHS leadership roles including FT Director of Performance,...

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Kirsty ran towards danger to help people during the London Bridge attack in June 2017. An Australian nurse who worked at Guy’s Hospital in London Bridge, Kirsty was among the seven people killed in the attack. Such courage and selflessness must never be forgotten.

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