NHS Parliamentary Awards open for nominations

The NHS Parliamentary Awards 2023 has opened for nominations.

The awards were created to celebrate NHS staff, carers and volunteers and recognise staff who have gone above and beyond the call of duty. This year's awards mark 75 years of the NHS.

Dame Ruth May, chair of the judging panel and England’s Chief Nursing Officer, said: “Staff and volunteers are at the heart of the NHS and have been throughout its 75 year history.

“The NHS Parliamentary Awards are a unique opportunity for MPs to highlight the amazing work done by NHS staff in their local areas, and I look forward to working with all of the judges to review the nominations we receive.”

There will be 10 award categories, including the Volunteer Award, which is new for this year. The Lifetime Achievement Award and the Rising Star Award will also feature.

Last year, there were more than 700 nominations from more than half of MPs.

Previous winner Tim Allen, Admiral Nurse, said: “Hannah and I were delighted to gain an opportunity to represent our Trust, as well as the charity Dementia UK, at a national level – attending the awards ceremony in London was an amazing experience and scooping the national awards in the nursing and midwifery category was a truly significant moment in the development of the Admiral Nurse service.

“We took personal pride in the achievement and were thrilled that our patients and carers living with dementia had been recognised nationally.”

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