The 35th HSJ Awards were celebrated at a special event on 23rd November at the Intercontinental O2, London, hosted by journalist and TV presenter Sue Perkins.
The HSJ Awards are the most sought after accolade in British healthcare. They recognise, celebrate and promote the finest achievements in NHS, and showcases them to the service’s most influential leaders.
Alastair McLellan, Editor of the HSJ, said:
“The excellence represented this evening demonstrates that the NHS remains both brave and bold in meeting the challenges that rising demand presents for all modern healthcare systems. It also underlines the ambition found in ever sector and region of the NHS to improve patient outcomes, experience and safety.”
NHS Wales Shared Services and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board were both finalists at the event. Aneurin Bevan University Health Board won an award in the ‘Improving Outcomes through Learning and Development’ category. Paul Kirk, Business Systems Support Unit Manager at the Wales Deanery, who attended the ceremony with colleagues from NHS Wales said, “I would like to congratulate the team and I am delighted by their achievement.”
Photograph of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board with Sue Perkins courtesy of HSJ website.