Combined lands triple-whammy of awards and accolades

We are deeply proud of our track record in winning awards and securing nominations as we continue on our journey towards outstanding.

And this week has seen a series of fantastic announcements from healthcare and industry that shows our success is continuing without let-up

Commenting on the news, Caroline Donovan, Chief Executive said.

“This is simply brilliant news. The awards and nominations recognise our achievement and success across a whole range of what we do and who we are.  Overall leadership and transformation, frontline teams delivering fantastic and compassionate care and services, and partnerships with health and care colleagues and the private sector.”

“We simply couldn’t be prouder of our people, what they achieve and how they achieve it.”

Details of our awards and nominations are below:

Healthcare – Winner – Healthcare Provider of the Year

On 6th March, we won the accolade of Healthcare Provider of the Year in the Leading Healthcare awards.  Leading Healthcare is a major news and online content provider for healthcare leaders looking to make an impact to health and care.  We were given the award for our fantastic success over the  past year in delivering nationally leading transformation and improvement, alongside unparalleled financial performance and value.

HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards – Shortlisted in three categories

Also on 6th March, we were unveiled as shortlisted candidates in no less than three categories in the Health Service Journal Value in Healthcare Awards 2019.

  • Diabetes Care Initiative of the Year  – Healthy Minds Integrated Long Term Condition Service
  • Emergency, Urgent and Trauma Care Efficiency Initiative of the Year – All Age Mental Health Liaison Service
  • Improving Value in the Care of Older Patients Award – Rapid Falls Improvement

We were also delighted that the North Staffordshire GP Federation has been shortlisted in the category Primary Care Initiative of the Year  for its Staffordshire Physician Associate Primary Care Internship.


Partnerships Awards – Shortlisted for Public Sector Team of the Year

Now in its 21st year, the Partnerships Awards brings together key decision-makers from the public and private sectors to recognise and reward outstanding achievements in public-private partnerships.

We were delighted to be shortlisted in 2 categories

  • Public Sector Team of the Year
  • Best Operational Project – Harplands Hospital