We have our winners

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The winners of the Pulse Care Awards

For over 4 years, Pulse Community Healthcare have been recognising and rewarding through our annual Care Awards. The hard work and dedication of our support workers is invaluable and we love nothing more than celebrating those who go above and beyond to deliver the best care to our clients.

Back in May this year, we spoke to our clients, their families and commissioners and asked them to nominate a Pulse carer who they felt deserved to be recognised.

We received 29 nominations from over 16 locations. Our senior management and clinical teams got together for what was a very difficult job in choosing a winner and runner up to represent each category.

In July, we invited all winners, runners up and their Pulse office teams to a celebratory ceremony in Manchester. We presented them with their awards and spent the rest of the day celebrating their achievements.

Here is a list of the winners and runners up in each category

Support Worker of the North – Winner

Sophie Bradbury

Support Worker of the North – Runner up

Michelle Duprey

Support Worker of the North West& Central - Winner

Yvette Batham

Support Worker of the North West & Central – Runner up

Hayley Spencer

Support Worker of the South – Winner

Craig Howard

Support Worker of the South – Runner up

Agnes Szorenyi

Support Worker of the South West – Winners

Dean Keeble and Sallyean Mendy

Support Team of the Year – Winners

Kent care team

  • Scarlett Robertson
  • Rosemary Vincent
  • Mary Edem
  • Lizzie Kandiye

Support Team of the Year – Runners up

Bournemouth care team

  • Lazizkhon Rakhmatov
  • Sacha Norman
  • Jordan Ballett
  • Lauren Vincent
  • Rebecca Ballett
  • Nicole Element
  • Jessica Harvey
  • Natalie Hughes
  • Jade Lowe
  • Anna Ratajczyk

Each and every individual who has been recognised throughout the process works hard to deliver the best possible services to our clients and helps us to achieve our vision:

‘’To make a positive difference to the lives of our clients by promoting choice and independence, and delivering the highest standard of compassionate care’’

We wanted to make sure that you were all able to be a part of the awards this year and so we decided to host our very first online awards ceremony. Visit our Pulse Awards website here. We hope you enjoy.

A big congratulations once again to our winners - you are a credit to Pulse Community Healthcare and we wouldn’t have got this far without you.

2016 welcomes our 5th awards ceremony. Stay tuned for more information…

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