National Portering and Healthcare Cleaning Awards

Shortlists announced for National Portering & Healthcare Cleaning Awards – in association with NHS England

The shortlists for both The National MyPorter Awards and The National MyCleaning Awards have today been announced, featuring 3 candidates for each of the twelve award categories across the two awards events – with this year seeing the awards in greater collaboration with NHS England.

With just shy of 200 entries, this years’ awards are the biggest and most competitive yet in a celebration of those within Clinical Support Services – particularly Portering and Healthcare Cleaning.

Live awards ceremonies in February taking place in central London across two days will see unsung heroes within healthcare have a spotlight shone on the great work they do. The first, The National MyPorter Awards, honouring the best in Portering for all the fantastic hard work and commitment they show, and then the second will see a day of celebrating the Healthcare Cleaners, Domestic teams and Auditors – for the fantastic work they do keeping patients safe by ensuring infections are kept to a minimum.

 Alongside the awards dinner, the first day will start with a live conference, with talks from NHS England and various Trust’s across the country, covering subjects such as Portering Standards and lobbies for recognised Portering Training and Qualifications. These will then followed up by a dedicated discussion panel with the floor.

The next day will see talks NHS England Estates & Facilities’ Director & Head of Profession – Simon Corben, alongside other discussions by NHS England and AHCP-associated guests on the National Standard of Healthcare Cleanliness and Healthcare Cleaning training. A panel will then take questions from the floor.

The shortlist for the six National MyPorter Awards categories are as follows – in no particular order:

Newcomer of The Year Award – shortlist:

Thanujan Theivanthiran - London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust
Jack Teague - Royal Surrey County Hospital
Deepak Depala - Chase Farm Hospital (Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)


Leadership of The Year Award – shortlist:

Zaheer Iqbal - Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust
Ryan Lindsay - Barnet Hospital (Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)
Sue Bolt – Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Outstanding Contribution to Patient Experience Award – shortlist:

Cameron Quinlan - Darent Valley Hospital (Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust)
Joshua Hawkins - Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
Daniel Wheeler - City Hospitals Sunderland Commercial Enterprises Ltd (CHoICE)

Portering Team of The Year Award – shortlist:

Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Darent Valley Hospital  (Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust)
Jemma and Danny Roscoe - Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Dennis Southern Lifetime Achievement Award – shortlist:

Paul MacKay – University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust
Robbie Graham - Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust
Denise Starr - Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

MyPorter Porter of The Year Award – shortlist:

Brendon Bielby - Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Victor Adeji - Chase Farm Hospital (Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)
Seamus McMahon - St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


The shortlist for the six National MyCleaning Awards categories are as follows – in no particular order:

Newcomer of The Year Award – shortlist:

Callum Lane - Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Lisa Harry - Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
Evelyn Barkley - Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust


Leadership of The Year Award – shortlist:

Matthew Taylor - Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
Carol Birch - County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust
Rachael Hutchinson - City Hospitals Sunderland Commercial Enterprises Ltd (CHoICE)



MyAudit Auditor of The Year Award – shortlist:

Elizabeth Sanders - St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Tracy Boswell - Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
Amanda Grundy - East Cheshire NHS Trust

Healthcare Cleaning Team of The Year Award, sponsored by GT Cleaning Machines – shortlist:

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust
Somerset Community – Somerset NHS Foundation Trust

Lifetime Achievement Award, sponsored by Numatic – shortlist:

Susan Robason - City Hospitals Sunderland Commercial Enterprises Ltd (CHoICE)
Sue Benstead - Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Doris Robinson - North Tyneside General Hospital – Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust

MyCleaning Domestic of The Year Award – shortlist:

John Waites - County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust
Geraldine Needham - Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Micheal Mantle - Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Congratulations to all those who have been shortlisted – Good Luck at the live finals.

For any questions or queries relating to The National MyPorter Awards or The National MyCleaning Awards, please contact:

[email protected]

Or Visit:

https://www.myporterlogistics.com/myporter-awards

https://www.mycleaningtasks.com/mycleaningawards

 

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