Healthwatch Oldham launches the People's Choice Awards
Date published: 16 November 2020
Healthwatch want to find a way to thank and celebrate the work delivered across the Oldham Borough
Healthwatch Oldham is launching the inaugural People’s Choice Awards to celebrate the hard work that people throughout all health and social care services deliver to the people of our town.
2020 has been a difficult year and there are still lots of challenges ahead, therefore we wanted to find a way to thank and celebrate the work delivered across the Oldham Borough.
Officials are asking Oldham residents to nominate individuals who they feel have provided them with excellent service, gone above the call of duty and deserve recognition.
Healthwatch have created a range of categories for Oldham residents to vote in:
Health Care Agency
To enter your nomination, email: firstname.lastname@example.org stating who they are and why you think they deserve to be nominated.
Unsure what category someone might come under?
Do not worry, place your nomination and Healthwatch will ensure they are in the correct category.
The nominations will be open until December 4, 2020, and winners will be announced before Christmas.
Winners will receive a certificate of recognition from Healthwatch Oldham and officials hope that they will understand that the residents of Oldham appreciate the hard work and effort undertaken by local services and their dedicated staff.
If you have any queries then please do not hesitate to contact Healthwatch on 0161 622 5700.
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