The Hull Daily Mail’s Health and Care Awards closes for nominations on 1 September.
Have you experienced outstanding healthcare? Would you like to nominate a health professional or carer for an award? Categories include:
- Outstanding Health Professional of the Year – recognises a person who shows immense dedication to duty, providing the best possible care for patients in a community or healthcare environment.
- Carer of the Year – to reward someone looking after a relative who always put their needs first.
- Young Carer of the Year – for a young person under 18 who dedicates their time to caring for a parent or relative.
- Care Home of the Year – where staff put residents at the heart of everything they do, treating people with the utmost dignity and respect and tailoring excellent services to an individual’s needs.
- Volunteer of the Year – for the someone who gives up their own time to visit the lonely or frail or to improve the health of people in their community.
- The Mental Health and Wellbeing Award – will reward a service or an individual offering support, advice or help in the community to encourage wellbeing. It could be a dementia champion playing a key role in helping people with memory loss or a service tackling depression or anxiety.
- Health Improvement Award – For the award tell us how a project in your community is changing people’s lives for the better.
- Innovation in Health and Social Care Award – aims to highlight innovation putting East Yorkshire on the map.
- Health Partnership of the Year Award – are you a charity working with the NHS or are you part of a public sector organisation working in partnership with the health service?
- Our Unsung Health Hero Award – the person working outside the health service or public sector who shows real dedication and compassion in care, bringing about real change or ensuring others always come first.
You can find out more and complete a nomination form here: www.hulldailymail.co.uk/healthawards