Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust’s Scan4Safety team shortlisted for multiple awards
March 1, 2017 | No Comments
The Scan4Safety team at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted in four separate award categories by two prestigious award bodies.
The team has been recognised in the National Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2016/17, which celebrates excellence in public procurement. Shortlisted in not just one but two awards categories:
GO Procurement Innovation / Initiative of the Year Award and GO Procurement Team of the Year Award.
And building on this success the team are also finalists in the World Procurement Awards 2017 for Best Supply Chain Initiative and Best Innovation. The World Procurement Awards, in association with SAP Ariba, are one of the most celebrated and sought after awards in procurement, representing the best people, projects and organisations across the world.
To be shortlisted in so many awards categories is testament to the breadth of excellent and innovative work being driven by this team, across Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust.
Rob Drag, Scan4Safety Programme Manager at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust commented:
‘We’re delighted to be shortlisted for these awards. The Scan4Safety programme is transforming Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust and it’s great to see this innovative work being externally recognised. We’re extremely proud to make the shortlist, against a strong field of contenders from the public, private and third sectors both within the UK and across the world.’
Lorna Wilkinson, Director of Nursing at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust added:
‘Congratulations to a fantastic procurement team who are centred on clinical engagement. This recognition is fully deserved.’