Our Quality Awards 2017 celebrating excellence primary care across south east Essex, took place on 7 November 2017 at the end of the Time to Learn session at the Skylark Hotel. Dr Terry Kemple, President of the Royal College of GPs hosted the awards.
The initiative acknowledges the contribution of the whole practice team, because quality is the responsibility of every individual. We aimed to encourage innovation, showcase ideas, share good practice and highlight successes.
There were five awards nominated by staff from CCG member practices and one nominated by the public - the People's Choice award.
The other categories, nominated by CCG and member practice staff, were: Innovation, Leadership, Public engagement, Unsung hero and Using technology to improve quality
A review panel, including external stakeholders, evaluated all the nominations and agreed the winners for each category.
The winners for Castle Point and Rochford CCG were:
Details of all the finalists are available in the booklet below:
pdf Quality Awards booklet web 071117 (216 KB)
The awards were held jointly with Southend CCG. For details of the Southend CCG winners, please click here.
Congratulations to all the finalists and winners!
Ian Stidston, Accountable Officer for NHS Castle Point and Rochford CCG presents the 'Using technology to improve quality award' to Christine Cranfield (Ashingdon Medical Centre) and North Shoebury Surgery:
Please note that this is about recognising good practice. If you have any concerns that you would like to raise about your experience of general practice, please contact the NHS England complaints team.