The shortlist has been announced for GM Health and Care Champion Awards 2019.
The Trust’s pioneering and collaborative work with the CCG and Metropolitan Borough Council has been recognised with Chief Executive of Tameside Council and Accountable Officer of NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group Steven Pleasant and Chief Executive of Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust Karen James being jointly shortlisted for the Leader Across Boundaries Award.
Michelle Therman a podiatrist from the Trust’s High Risk Foot Team has been shortlisted in the Leader in Supporting Talent Development category.
Jon Rouse, Chief Officer of Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership said:
“Congratulations to everyone who has been nominated in the Champion Awards. Reading through the nominations was a moving experience. There are clearly so many people out there who, every day, are working hard to better the lives of the people in our region. Agreeing the final shortlist was very difficult but I would like to wish the nominees the very best of luck.”
The Greater Manchester Health & Care Champion Awards are the only awards that celebrate and recognise our employed and unwaged workforce right across Greater Manchester, who regularly go above and beyond to improve the health and wellbeing of the people in our communities.
The winners of the awards will be announced in July.
You can view the full shortlist here: https://www.gmchampionawards.co.uk/news/shortlist-announced-gm-champion-awards-2019/