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OSCARS (Outstanding Service Contribution and Recognition Scheme)

Our Outstanding Service Contribution and Recognition Scheme (OSCARS), now in its 21st year, recognises the amazing efforts of all our colleagues and volunteers, including those in our Bank workforce. It's a chance to highlight the remarkable work that positively impacts the communities we serve.

There are 12 award categories, each highlighting different aspects of excellence in our organisation, from top-notch patient care to outstanding service contributions and innovative improvement ideas. It shows the incredible dedication and innovation of our #TeamNottsHC colleagues and volunteers.

Anyone associated with our Trust, whether colleagues, partners, service users, or their caregivers, can nominate someone deserving. Nominations for 2023/24 are now closed, and this year, we've received the highest number of nominations in the history of the OSCARS - an impressive 787 nominations, which is truly fantastic!

We take pride in celebrating both teams and individuals who have gone above and beyond in patient care, service support, and volunteering. Thanks to our sponsors, we'll host a special awards evening in Nottingham this July to celebrate these achievements.

The OSCARS 2023/24 finalists announced!

After weeks of deliberation, our judges have decided upon their finalists for the 2023/24 OSCARS. Winners will be announced on the night at the awards evening on Friday 5 July 2024 in Nottingham. Good luck and congratulations on our finalists! 

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Unsung Hero Award - Clinical

  • Helena Riley, Advanced Clinical Practitioner, Broxtowe and Hucknall Local Mental Health Team
  • Jasmine Downing, Deputy Ward Manager, Arnold Lodge Regional Secure Unit
  • Jeff Mills, Senior Healthcare Assistant, Sherwood Oaks Hospital
  • Elizabeth Marsden, COPD Nurse, Rushcliffe Community Respiratory Team

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Unsung Hero Award - Non-Clinical

  • Roy Mullins, Facilities Assistant, The Wells Road Centre
  • Lucy Mills, Governor and Membership Officer, Duncan Macmillan House
  • Jordan Duke, Communications Specialist, Duncan Macmillan House
  • Kyle Shim-Thomas, Family Liaison Officer, Duncan Macmillan House

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Leadership Award

  • Vicky Romilly, Clinical Director of Intellectual Disability and Developmental Disability (IDD) Services
  • Anthony Maher, Clinical Lead Consultant Podiatric Surgeon, Podiatry Surgery for City and South
  • Robert Mooken, Trust Head of Quality Surveillance, Corporate Services
  • CAMHS Community South Operational Leads - Amy Brodie, Claire Parkes, Jenna Mountain, Jo Wilkinson

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Team of the Year Award - Clinical

  • Eden Ward, Rampton Hospital
  • Women's Health Team, Arnold Lodge Regional Secure Unit
  • Canterbury Ward, Rampton Hospital
  • Nottingham City South Early Intervention Team, Mental Health Care Group

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Team of the Year Award (Non-Clinical)

  • Manual Handling and Back Care Team, Corporate Services
  • Millbrook Hospital Catering Team, Corporate Services
  • Bassetlaw Single Point of Access Team, Community Health Care Group
  • Family and Volunteer Support Services, Rampton Hospital

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Quality Improvement / Research Excellence Award

  • Kay Richardson, Community Staff Nurse, Rushcliffe Community Nursing Team (Quality Improvement)
  • City CAMHS Children Looked After and Adoption Team, Mental Health Care Group (Research Excellence)
  • Occupational Therapy Team, Recovery College, Arnold Lodge Regional Secure Unit (Quality Improvement)
  • Cheltenham Segregation Exit Group (C-SEG), Rampton Hospital (Quality Improvement)

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Outstanding Care and Compassion Award

  • CAMHS Family Therapy Team, Hopewood
  • Susan Scotney, Assistant Public Health Practitioner, Ashfield Healthy Family Team
  • The Lookout Occupational Therapy Team, Hopewood
  • Wendy Reynolds, Diabetes Lay Educator, Mid Notts

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Volunteer of the Year Award

  • Sean Balfe and Therapy Dog 'Blue', Forensic Care Group
  • Venessa Omo-Ogbewi, Involvement Partner, Mental Health Care Group
  • Donna Winfield-Stainsby and Care Dog 'Archie', Corporate Services
  • MHST CAMHS Involvement and Participation Champions - Rubie Tyler, Phoebe Mossop, Gracie Belvins, David Tait, Olivia Walker, Erin Parker and Sophie Goodhead

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Environmental Impact Award

  • The Capital Team and The Property and Space Team, Corporate Services
  • Mark Saxton, Clinical Leader, Horizon Day Centre, Highbury Hospital
  • Rampton Facilities Team, Corporate Services
  • The Procurement Team and The Communications Team, Corporate Services

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Educator of the Year Award

  • Dr Asad Malik, Consultant, Highbury Hospital
  • Psychology and Psychological Therapies Team, The Wells Road Centre
  • The Resuscitation Team, Trustwide 
  • Kelly Joyce, District Nurse, Stapleford Nursing Team

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Award

  • Deaf Prison In-reach Team, Forensic Services Care Group
  • Jade Ward, Rampton Hospital
  • Tracey Gilford, General Manager, Specialist Services
  • Lola Ayodele, Occupational Therapist, MHSOP City Community Mental Health Team

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Lifetime Achievement Award

The winner of this award will be announced on the night!

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