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Staff at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals celebrated their outstanding achievers at an awards ceremony
Helen Demetriades, Junior Sister, A&E, Chase Farm Hospital who won the Patient Champion award with the Worshipful the Deputy Mayor of Barnet Councillor Bridget Perry
NHS staff including a "superhero" clerk, a champion of young patients and the cleanest ward were among those receiving prizes at an awards evening.
The Outstanding Staff Celebration and Rewards (OSCaRs) held on Wednesday, September 18, in the Spice of Life restaurant, Barnet Hospital in Wellhouse Lane, recognised the hard work of their staff across nine different categories with stand-up comedian Patrick Monahan presenting the awards to the winners.
Described as working tirelessly for the benefit of all children and families pass through her department; Helen Demetriades, Paediatric Junior Sister in Chase Farm Hospital’s accident and emergency claimed the Patient Champion Award.
Crowned as the cleanest ward of all the trusts, Capetown Ward at Chase Farm won the award for “demonstrable improvements in hand hygiene audits and other aspects of infection prevention and control” over the past six months.
A final winner from the hospital on The Ridgeway, Enfield, was Daniella Tagliarini, Ward Clerk on Cambridge Ward who was nominated for being: “a superhero, almost manic in her supreme efficiency, enthusiasm and ability to multi-task”.
The most popular unsung heroes catgeory was won by two people: legal claims assistant Veronica and paediatric diabetes MDT administrator Frances Clinch, who was recognised for her "professionalism, team-working and commitment to improving outcomes by robust auditing and data collection”.
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