Bridgewater celebrates its Stars of the Month for September 2016

Our stars for September include a Health Visitor who was praised for recognising and acting on concerns, an Intermediate Care Nurse described as an ‘asset to the team’ and Administration Lead that went above and beyond her expected role to ensure a service that was due to go live on a new patient system…

Stars of the Month is an internal scheme within Bridgewater which recognises Trust staff nominated by their colleagues for going above and beyond in their roles.

Halton and Warrington

Liza Bishop- Health Visitor – Health Visiting  Warrington

The facilitators who led the discussion for the focus group were extremely impressed with Liza’s professionalism and recognised her hard work in moving the case forward.

They commented on Liza’s ability to recognise and act on concerns and they praised her tenacity in continuing to escalate the concerns she had despite coming across obstacles along the way.

Clare Bennett – Business & Admin Manager Warrington

Clare went above and beyond her expected roll to ensure a service that was due to go live on SystmOne met the deadline.

The service is delighted to be able to go live and the organisation is very thankful for her help in putting the process back on track

Suzanne Ishaque – Intermediate Care Nurse, Irwell Road

For her hard work and professionalism during a difficult period. Sue is dedicated to her work and this shows in everything that she does. She is an asset to the team.

Neil Gregory – Assistant Area Manager, GP Service, Warrington

Over the last few weeks Neil has been a constant support to Willaston Surgery.

Everyone was quite apprehensive in the lead up to our CQC inspection but Neil really stepped up and boosted morale within the practice and gave everyone the confidence to present what a great practice we actually have in Willaston!

Carol Hornby – Health Visiting Team Leader Widnes

A client who was supported by Carol through leaving an abusive relationship and then on into a new healthy relationship.

The family cannot speak highly enough of Carol as a caring, approachable and supportive health visitor, who gave her the support, self-esteem, built her strength and confidence to enable her to turn her life around.

Dave McMonnies – Hygienist,  ICES,  Runcorn

Whilst working on a project to catalogue all our children’s equipment, Dave has worked above and beyond his role to help sort out the store.

This definitely could not have been completed without his help.

Corporate

Lauren Kilshaw – Recruitment Administrator, Wigan

As a new starter and having contacted her almost every day with queries and updates – she always picks up the phone and must be so busy but since moving into post she has helped me with staff queries – despite being busy she actions the jobs as soon as possible and is very cheerful and polite, also this is really helpful to new starters especially as she is the first point of contact for any new employee and really represents the Trust well.

Julie Nelson and the Choice Team – Choice Administrator,  Wigan

They have slotted into our service so well and have improved our already efficient services immensely. It is as though they have always worked alongside us.

A big thank you to the girls for being so helpful and always willing to go the extra mile when we need a favour

Caroline Rigby and Team – IT Training, Wigan

For the support provided to the St Helens Community Paediatric service over recent months.

We are grateful for the co-operation and support in doing this and for the responsiveness in drafting training packages bespoke to locum and substantive staff and for the face to face training provided by the team to staff.

Joan Lythgoe – Administration Lead Systmone Project Team, Warrington

Joan went above and beyond her expected role to ensure a service that was due to go live on SystmOne met the deadline.

The service is delighted to be able to go live and the organisation is very, very thankful for their help in putting the process back on track.


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