Three Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership organisations were crowned winners at the 2019 Health Service Journal Awards in London last Wednesday (6th November).
Humber Foundation Trust was crowned winner of the Mental Health Provider of the Year award, while Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) scooped the Community or Primary Care Service Redesign (North/Midlands/East) award for the Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre.
Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust picked up the Freedom to Speak Up Organisation of the Year award for its work to develop compassionate ‘speak up’ cultures within and across systems, while Vale of York CCG was highly commended for its React to Red campaign to reduce pressure sores among care home residents.
There were further nominations for Humber NHS Foundation Trust, East Riding of Yorkshire CCG, North Lincolnshire CCG, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
The Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership was also nominated for the System Leadership Initiative of the Year award, which recognises the progress made since the Partnership was established to improve mental health services by working together.
Professor Stephen Eames, Independent Chair for the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership, said: “Congratulations to our HSJ Awards winners and nominees – all thoroughly deserved. To have so many organisations from Humber, Coast and Vale recognised in this way shows that we, as an aspiring integrated care system, are delivering health and care which really makes a positive difference in our local communities.”