Inspiring People

16 November 2015

Inspiring People - here at Spire Parkway Hospital one of the ways we acknowledge the hard work of our staff is through our inspiring people awards.

A number of staff were nominated, here's just a few receiving their awards. Staff can be nominated for an award by patients and other staff.

Here are just a few of the nominations from patients to our staff.

  • For helping a patient who felt unwell after having blood taken in clinic. You stayed with the patient and reassured the patient until they felt ok to leave the hospital. Chanelle Trimble, Outpatients
  • A patient has said how outstanding you were during her recent visit. She said you 
    were courteous, informative and accommodating. Julie Collins, Physiotherapy
  • A Patient’s wife has commented on the wonderful care given to her husband. She said she was very grateful that you arranged and co-ordinated his stay. Her husband has advanced Alzheimer’s and was happy that she could stay with him and hold his hand whilst he was having his anaesthetic. Diana Heinrich, Occupational Therapist
  • A patient thanks you for going the extra mile when she was in a lot of pain and you assisted her with a wheelchair and made her as comfortable as possible. Karl Melvin, Porter

Many more nominations include staff giving up their time to assist in another department and going above and beyond normal job roles to ensure tasks were completed for the smooth running of theatres during our building works.

Well done to all of those who were nominated, staff and patients much appreciate the lengths you go to, to ensure we are providing a first class healthcare service.

Event Booking Form


Marketing Information

Spire would like to provide you with marketing information about products and services offered by Spire and by selected third-party partners. If you do not consent for us to process your personal data for marketing activities, we will still be able to contact you about your enquiry.

We may contact you by email, SMS or phone about your enquiry. If we try to contact you by phone (mobile and/or landline) and you are not available, we may leave you a voicemail message. We may also use your details to contact you about patient surveys we use for improving our service or monitoring outcomes, which are not a form of marketing.