NOA member organisations shine at the 2019 HSJ Awards

National Orthopaedic Alliance (NOA) member organisations who were shortlisted for the 2019 HSJ Awards came out in their numbers for an award ceremony in London this week.  The awards which are in their 39th year, are among the most prestigious health service awards, attracting hundreds of entries from across the NHS and its partners.

NOA member organisations who won awards include:

Digitising Patient Services Initiative – Barts Health Trust and Explain My Procedure – Animation Supported Consent

Reservist Support Initiative Award – The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT – Newcastle Hospitals – Forces Friendly

Those Highly commended include:

HSJ Partnership of the Year – North Bristol Trust and PwC – Digitally Enabling Patient Flow

Acute or Specialist Trust of the Year – The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital FT

Ann Hoey, Deputy Director of the NOA said, “On behalf of the NOA I’d like to extend a hearty congratulations to all of our member organisations who took home awards and were highly commended at the 2019 HSJ Awards. Congratulations also to the Getting It Right First Time team whom we work with closely on several projects, for being highly commended in the Military and Civilian Health Partnership Category and to NHS England and NHS Improvement for winning Workforce Initiative of the Year. The shortlist was full of amazing work from organisations we are proud to work with, and we wish them all continued success.”

The full list of winners for the 2019 HSJ Awards can be found here: