Media Release

Staff members acknowledged for long service at QEH

Twelve members of staff at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust have been recognised with long service awards.

Each of them has clocked up at least 20 years of outstanding service and dedication.

A small reception was held on Monday (April 16), with Trust chief executive Jon Green presenting vouchers, certificates and a pin badge acknowledging their achievement.

Mr Green said: “Quite simply, the Trust could not function as well as it does without a knowledgeable, attentive and dedicated workforce.

“These 12 staff members have all of those qualities and more. To give 20 years’ loyalty to a workplace is a special achievement and, on behalf of the Trust and the community it serves, I want to thank each of them for their ongoing efforts over such a long period. It really is much appreciated.”

The award recipients, who represented a wide variety of services from across the Trust, were Mandy Calvert, Nigel Coleman, Karen Goodwin, Dr Dayani Hangarapitiya, Karen Lupton, Michelle Mills, Sandra Roberts, Susan Robinson, Kate Sidell, Heather Slater, Joanne Titman and Donna Webb.


Photo caption: Some of the staff members with Trust chief executive Jon Green. Back (from left) – Karen Goodwin, Susan Robinson, Donna Webb, Heather Slater, Michelle Mills; front – Kate Sidell, Dr Dayani Hangarapitiya and Mandy Calvert.

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