A team at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted for a national award for “Achieving Cultural Excellence.”
The Healthroster team at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, led by Gemma Dunning, has been shortlisted in the Allocate Awards; a national awards ceremony to celebrate and reward those who have made a material and positive difference to the people in their organisation, their patients, service users, and to the operational sustainability of the organisations themselves.
Carol Bradley, Head of Employee Services at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, said: “I nominated Gemma Dunning, Head of Healthroster for the award ‘Achieving Cultural Excellence’ as I felt that her dedication, knowledge and forward thinking involvement as Head of our Healthroster has both inspired the team and supported cultural changes which are continually improving our processes and providing valuable insight for managers.”
“By nominating Gemma, I feel that this is boost for Gemma and the Healthroster team to demonstrate that the hard work they do is valuable and also highlights our organisation as a leading employer with a forward thinking approach ensuring the right staff, at the right place and the right time.”
Gemma Dunning, Head of Healthroster at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, said: “I am so proud to have received such a high recognition in being nominated for this award but this truly is a team effort.”