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It is a landmark year for the NHS, as the service celebrates its 70th birthday. To mark the occasion, the outstanding care and community support in the county is being celebrated with the Gloucestershire NHS70 Awards 

The judges have had their say, drawing up a shortlist of finalists across the 13 categories which celebrate great care, community partnerships, development of active, healthy communities, equality and diversity and innovation. There are also special awards for young professionals (NHS Futures) and lifetime achievement. 

The Trust has 11 colleagues and/or teams shortlisted for the awards, which take place on Thursday 27 September at Cheltenham Racecourse.

The finalists are:

NHS70 – Exemplary Service to Health Improvement 

– Kevin Gannaway-Pitts, Clinical Systems and Change Manager

NHS70 – Excellence in Patient Empowerment 

– Macmillan Next Steps Cancer Rehabilitation Team

– Complex Leg Wound Service

NHS70 – Exemplary Service in Community Services

 – Homeless Healthcare Team 

 – Angela Cooper, Deputy Urgent Care Clinical Lead

lNHS70 – Exemplary Service in Hospital Services 

 – Helen Wilson, ARU Team Lead/Specialist Neuro Physiotherapist

 – Rhondda May, Healthcare Assistant

NHS70 – Excellence in Care Support 

 – Aoife Price, Health Visitor 

 – Peer Volunteer Tutors, Live Better to Feel Better

NHS70 – Excellence in Innovation 

 -Community Specialist Diabetes Service

lNHS70 – Futures Award 

 – Kelly Williams, Community Nurse, Yorkley Health Centre