Celebrate those who care
Nurses are the beating heart of the healthcare profession, offering kindness and compassion to people when they are their most vulnerable. The Nurse of the Year award is designed to recognise amazing nurses, but also to help improve healthcare for all by providing vital funding to hospital research projects, charities and initiatives.
Three nurses will be shortlisted, with one each from the North, Midlands and South. These regional winners will then be put to a national public vote taking place between the 1st and 31st July, with the final result announced on the 16th September 2019.
The national winner will have a £1,000 donation made on their behalf to a local initiative, charity or research project at a hospital of their choice, with the regional winners receiving a £500 donation each.
Nominations are now closed, vote coming soon.
For further information please speak to your local Hays Healthcare consultant:
For the North speak to Alex Dawson on 0113 200 3705 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For London & the South speak to Khaled Ahmed on 0207 259 8788 or e-mail email@example.com
The winner of the Nurse of the Year Awards 2018 was Jayne Gosling:
Working as a nurse at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (Sheffield), Jayne manages to treat and care for patients in a very busy day ward delivering chemotherapies. Inspired to become a nurse by her grandmother, Jayne has now been widely recognised for her amazing strength, consideration and inspirational personality.
For her outstanding work she received a £1,000 cheque to donate to The Sick Children’s Trust.
You can read more about Jayne in our Q&A with her