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ASHFORD WINNERS TAKE TWO

Added on: 4th October, 2018 by colette_40898

ASHFORD WINNERS TAKE TWO

(left-right) Alison Worsfold and Holly Dalton at the Kent Care Awards.

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Thu, 4 October 2018

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Hilton Nursing partners bring it home to Ashford after winning the Innovator and Nurse Care Awards at the Kent Care Awards .

The awards last month welcomed 300 guests to the gala evening to recognise caring excellence from front line workers in the care sector who work hard to improve the standard of care in the region.

Judged on the innovation, commitment, and examples of excellence in Nurse Care and Innovation the nominations were recognised as winning entires and specifically presented to Alison Worsfold, head of health, quality and clinical governance, for innovation and Holly Dalton, home to decide lead nurse, for excellence in nurse care.

Ann Taylor, CEO of Hilton Nursing Partners says: We are overjoyed to be recognised and especially proud of Alison and Holly who deserve all the praise for their tremendous contribution to the success of Hilton Nursing Partners.

Sponsored by Kent County Council the event was attended by Cabinet member for Adult Social Care and Public Health, Graham Gibbens, and the newly appointed corporate director for adult social care and health, Penny Southern.

The Annual Care Awards celebrate the work carried out by carers and care companies in Kent. The awards provide a chance to reward those people who have simply delivered something awesome whilst recognising the Kent care sector as a whole showing appreciation and recognising the good work everyone does day in day out, year after year.

Working with the NHS and Social Care Commissioners Hilton Nursing Partners successfully deliver safe, timely and supportive hospital discharges, patient assessments and patient recovery programmes via nurses, therapists and nurse led personal nursing assistants with a proven track record in freeing hospital beds, as well as reducing re-admissions and on-going social services support.

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