Local nurse scoops top prize at community healthcare awards

  |  Published: Sep 19th 2015
Bev Evans
Bev Evans with her award

Bev Evans, a school nurse team lead from Wendover has won the Central London Community Healthcare (CLCH) trophy for ‘Patient safety, best intervention’  at the NHS Trust’s staff awards.

This award was presented to the person or team who made a strong contribution to improving patient safety and reducing harm by raising issues or concerns about care.

On receiving her award Bev said:  “It's really lovely to be recognised for a project which is very important to me and may have huge implications nationally.

“I'd like to say a huge thank you to the team for all their hard work and support.”

“The most rewarding part of my job is being able to make a difference to the lives of the children and families we work with who face more than most on a daily basis. “

The awards are held annually to recognise the contribution of CLCH staff to improving the lives of almost 1 million people across London and Hertfordshire.

Pam Chesters, Chair of CLCH said: "These awards are an opportunity to celebrate our staff and recognise the high quality standard of care they deliver to so many patients in the community.

"The standard of nominations for this year's awards was fantastic and is a testament to their dedication and commitment."

"It was a joy to attend and see so many other staff cheering their colleagues. I'd like to congratulate the winners, nominees, and all at CLCH."

The awards are held annually to recognise the contribution of CLCH staff to improving the lives of almost 1 million people across London and Hertfordshire.

There were a total of 18 categories in this year’s awards. For more information on the winners stories please visit www.clch.nhs.uk

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