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The lead for Primary Care Wellbeing services in Telford has been named the winner of the Chairman’s Award for Leadership in South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’s annual staff awards.

Lucy Cotterill has led the Telford Primary Care Wellbeing Service though major change and has achieved high recovery rates and robust links with local GPs and neighbourhoods. Under her leadership the service has also been commissioned to provide specialist help to people with long term conditions such as diabetes and respiratory conditions.

A pharmacy technician working at South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has been named as a Clinical Rising Star in the Trust’s Positively Different Awards.

Emily Austin-George is based at St George’s Hospital in Stafford but provides support to sexual health clinics in Burton, Lichfield and Tamworth as well as leading on the pharmacy requirements to support the Trust to provide good physical health care to the people on its inpatient wards.

A team which is committed to supporting recovery and wellbeing through shared learning has been recognised with an award.

The Wellbeing and Recovery College offers courses ranging from Art for Creative Wellbeing, to Anxiety management. All learning is delivered by a partnership of professional and peer trainer at a range of community venues across South Staffordshire and Shropshire.

South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has recently received a review from the people who use its services.

The 2017 Community Mental Health Survey, published by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) asked people who have used community mental health services about their experiences.

Director of Quality and Performance, Therèsa Moyes said “We were pleased to see people who have used our services responding to this survey and reporting that overall they feel they had a good experience. It was particularly good to see that we scored better than average for the way our health and social care workers listen carefully to service users.


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