NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group has won Governing Body of the Yearin the regional finals of the prestigious NHS Leadership Academy Awards.
The Awards celebrate people at all levels and in all professions who have ultimately improved people’s health and the public’s experience of the NHS.
The award ceremony was held on 3 December at the Marriott Hotel in Leeds with guest host, Olympian and Triple Jump World Record Holder, Jonathan Edwards. Winners in each category will go on to the NHS Leadership Academy’s National Recognition Awards ceremony in 2015.
CCG Chief Officer Emma Latimer said: “I'm delighted that the work we do every single day has been recognised. The Board provides the leadership and sets the direction, but this award is also a tribute to the dedication of staff, clinicians and our Hull 2020 partners to improving health services for people in this city.”
The CCG’s entry focused on the CCG-led Hull 2020 transformation programme, and the Board leadership and workforce development programme helping to deliver the vision of a healthier Hull
Dr Dan Roper, Chair of NHS Hull CCG said: “The CCG Board must reflect the values of the NHS and be accountable to patients and the public for the decisions it makes. I am pleased that the award recognises that we are working successfully in Hull, bringing more patient experience and insight into the Boardroom to help deliver better health outcomes across Hull.”
View the winners video here
Notes to Editors:
- NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is led by a membership of 57 local GP practices. The CCG has a budget of around £362m to commission hospital, community and mental health services to meet the needs of the people of Hull.
- NHS Hull CCG’s vision is to Create a Healthier Hull, and in order to achieve this we work in close collaboration with our partners to improve health, reduce health inequality and secure excellent services for all the communities in Hull.
- Hull 2020 is a partnership between NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Hull City Council, City Health Care Partnership CIC, Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull, Humber NHS Foundation Trust, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, Humberside Police, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. You can find out more here: http://www.hull2020.org/