Recognition Of Excellence Awards 2019

23 results found for: Recognition of Excellence Awards 2019

Beverley Wright

The most vulnerable in our society are often the least visible, but pharmacy staff, like Beverley Wright, can often be a lifeline for them.

Christine Bateman

Being recognised and rewarded for her work is a common theme for Christine Bateman, but she remains humble and grounded.

Claire Grigor

Promoting inclusion in her community, her kindness, compassion and genuine care for the elderly saw Claire Grigor crowned winner of the Service Excellence Award.

Conor Doyle

With only 18 months under his belt in pharmacy, it’s hard to believe how much Conor Doyle has achieved – he’s a true rising star.

Cora Quigley

Supporting parents when their little ones are unwell is second nature to Cora Quigley who engages children with their health with a passion.

Fiona Eveleigh

Fiona Eveleigh has worked her way up the pharmacy ladder and is now store manager at Boots UK’s new Cricklade branch in Wiltshire.

Fiona Spraggins

Taking her pharmacy from the brink of disaster to great success, Fiona Spraggins had a clear vision for the future.

Gemma McCannon

Salisbury hit the news unexpectedly last summer, but quick-thinking Gemma McCannon ensured patients didn’t go without their medication.

Javed Jeehoo

After arriving in the UK some 16 years ago, Javed Jeehoo started working at Day Lewis Pharmacy in Reigate, Surrey, and he found his calling.

Jessy Singh Gill

Jessy Singh Gill continued his success at the Recognition of Excellence awards, scooping a highly commended in not one, but two categories.

Kirsty Lloyd

From care worker to pharmacy area support manager, Kirsty Lloyd shows an outstanding demonstration of, and knack for, retail knowledge.

Liberty Crowe

Liberty Crowe's quick learning of the OTC side of the business got her nominated for the Counter Intelligence Award.

Lisa Archer

Pharmacy has a way of getting under the skin of those who work in the sector, and this is certainly the case for Lisa Archer.

Louise Davies

Louise Davies is described as a great team player with a passion to help people and unparalleled OTC knowledge.

Louise Drake

Suffolk LPC service support officer Myra Battle was so bowled over by Lousie Drake that she nominated her for the Pharmacy Champion category.

Lynsey Watson

Lynsey Watson quite literally goes the extra mile as a healthcare assistant at Austen’s Pharmacy in Springburn, Glasgow.

Sam Collins

It takes a certain kind of person to turn the death of a baby into something positive, but Sam Collins did just that.

Sophie Burling

Some children see their parents coming home worn out from work and vow to do something completely different with their lives, but not Sophie Burling.

Tiffany Clark

Tiffany Clark has set the bar high in her role as health champion and is regarded by many as having outstanding enthusiasm and commitment to her role.

Vanessa Love

Finding the middle ground between head office-issued orders and what customers want and need can be tricky, but to Vanessa Love it is second nature.

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