This award is about teams working together to deliver improved patient care. They can be from any sector but must demonstrate impact, very strong team working, strong communication, and the ability to work across organisational boundaries.
This award recognises that all our care workers across Inverclyde are heroes. Care workers make a difference to people’s lives every day and this award celebrates that. Do you know a care worker who has worked hard to enable someone to live an independent, safe and fulfilled life? Have they helped to change someone’s life for the better? It is these everyday stories about how our care workers make a difference (big or small) that the judges want to hear.
This award recognises the contribution of an individual care home worker who strives to improve the delivery of care in the care home sector, through developing ways to enhance nursing care. This person must demonstrate outstanding levels of commitment to care and put the person being cared for at the heart of what they do.
We are looking for a health care professional who demonstrates an innovative and caring approach to their work. This person must demonstrate outstanding levels of commitment to patient care and put the patient at the heart of what they do. Entrants can be from any health care profession, and can work anywhere, from community care, dental practices, to surgical theatre.
This award is open to individuals. This can range from specialist paediatrics, mental health, social, emotional, or behavioural support, along with those who offer assessments and intervention who support our youth across Inverclyde or a young individual under the age of 18 who looks after someone in their family who has a disability, illness, mental health condition or addiction. This person may have made a huge contribution to family or community life.
This award is open to a department or individual carer/nurse/doctor who specialises in the care and treatment of mental health in Inverclyde. Good mental health is now recognised as a vital component to good overall health and we would like to hear how the care and support in this sector has improved the lives of the individual and their families.
This category has been created to recognise, highlight, and reward a local medical practitioner for the healthcare, ongoing support and/or inspirational work they have carried out during the pandemic for their patients.
Health Care Team Award sponsored by Hagan’s Pharmacy
- Inverclyde Royal Hospital, G South Ward – WINNER
- Inverclyde HSCP Care and Support at Home Team
- Larkfield View Care Home Activities Team
- Ross Campbell and the Estates Team, Inverclyde Royal Hospital
Care Hero Award sponsored by Arnold Clark
- Mags Copeland – WINNER
- Jacqueline Coyle
- Paul Higgins
- Angela McConnell
Care Home Worker of the Year Award sponsored by Meallmore
- Melissa Bradley
- Sonya Ellis
- Jennifer Marshall
- Patricia O’Donnell – WINNER
Nurse of the Year Award sponsored by Blairs Windows & Doors
- Teresa Holland
- Heather McGhee
- Scott Carey
- Louise Tosh – WINNER
Young Carer Award sponsored by Inverclyde Council
- Jordan Gemmell
- Becky Munley – WINNER
- Jill Young
Mental Health Award sponsored by Ferguson Marine
- Chris Paul – Man On! Inverclyde – WINNER
- Gwenyth MacDonald & MindMosaic Counselling & Therapy
- Morton’s Team Talk
- Inverclyde Association for Mental Health
DR/GP of the Year Award sponsored by The Greenock Mortgage Shop
- Dr Abby Gunn – WINNER
- Dr Mun Woo – WINNER
- Dr Paul Coulter
- Dr David-Peter Lynch
Outstanding Achievement Award sponsored by Inverclyde Council
Chris Paul – Man On! Inverclyde – WINNER
Editor, Greenock Telegraph
Chief Executive, Ardgowan Hospice
Owner, Hagans Pharamacy
Councillor Stephen McCabe
Chief Executive of Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce.