CELEBRATING OUTSTANDING WORK, CARE, INNOVATION & SERVICES
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Welcome to the
HEALTH & CARE awards 2019
Where we looked forward to outstanding entries from across the area, as we recognised individuals and teams from the across the whole health spectrum.
We were overwhelmed with the entries for all the outstanding work, care, innovation and services, that had gone on across the health sector and it was important for ourselves to focus on those people who have worked so hard and to tell their stories.
I hope you will show your support for the Western Telegraph Health and Care Awards in 2020 by nominating somebody who deserves it.
Managing Director of the Western Telegraph
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AWARD Categories & SPONSORS
Doctor of the Year
Nurse of the Year
Early Years Award
Pharmacy of the Year
Best Innovation Award
Outstanding Achievement Award
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