To celebrate National AHPs Day, today St George’s announced our AHPs Day Award winners. This aim behind this awards is to both celebrate, and shine a light, on just some of the outstanding work of AHPs within our organisation.

It was a fantastic ceremony with lots of decorations, balloons and applause. The attendees also got the chance to celebrate by visiting the St George’s helipad to see the views!

To see the winners, view the list below.


Category Description Winner
Contribution to Covid-19 Award Recognising a stand out individual or team while noting the contribution all AHPs made NB: The panel awarded two winners, one individual and one group, in this category underpinning the breadth of the contribution made by AHPs:

1. Nikki Webster, Principal Physiotherapist Cardiorespiratory

2. The Prosthetic and orthotic team

AHP Living the Values Award Recognising an AHP or team who are exemplary in living the values Karolina Faizi, Operating Department Practitioner
AHP innovation of the Year An individual or team who have who have made a real difference Sarah Pope, Practice Education Facilitator
AHP Research Project of the Year A research project that has made a significant contribution. Ponseti service (Physiotherapy and Trauma and Orthopaedics team)
AHP Diversity Champion An individual or team who has championed EDI Wolfson QMH Neuro Rehab Team
AHP Practice Educator of the Year An individual or team who has supported and inspired the next generation of AHPs Vicky Lack, Speech and Language Therapist, Wolfson Outpatient Cognitive Neurorehabilitation Service
AHP Support Staff of the Year An individual or team of support workers working alongside AHPs Marina Glackin, Radiographic Department Assistant
AHP Team of the Year A stand out AHP team who have delivered Outstanding Care Every time Radiographer Team, St George’s Main Radiology Dept.
Unsung Hero Award Recognising a contribution in support of AHPs Del Reid, administrator paediatric speech and language therapy department
Overall AHP of the Year An overall individual who has stood out during the year. Cheryl Edwards,
Principal Occupational Therapist Neurosciences and Neurorehabilitation