CELEBRATING OUTSTANDING WORK, CARE, INNOVATION & SERVICES
We would like to thank
the SOUTH WALES ARGUS
HEALTH & CARE awards 2019
“We were delighted to announce the third annual South Wales Argus Health And Care Awards in association with Rutherford Cancer Centres.
And were looking forward to some outstanding entries from across the area, as we recognised individuals and teams from the across the whole health spectrum.
There was so much outstanding work, care, innovation and services, across the health sector and it was important to focus on the people who have worked so hard and to tell their stories.
I hope you will show your support for the South Wales Argus Health and Care Awards in 2020, as we look forward to continue highlighting the outstanding work and people across this great county.
Managing Director of the South Wales Argus
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AWARD CategorY WINNERS, FINALISTS & THEIR SPONSORS
Surgeon of the Year
WINNER: Andy Thomas
Pharmacy of the Year
WINNER: Lloyds Pharmacy, Griffithstown
Midwife of the Year
WINNER: Louise Taylor - Consultant Midwife
Paramedic or First Responder of the Year
WINNER: Rhys Tucker - Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust
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