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Fujifilm is proud to support the launch of the NHS Parliamentary Awards 2020 to celebrate and give national recognition to staff who go above and beyond the call of duty.
The awards were created to celebrate NHS staff, carers and volunteers for their hard work, innovative ideas and unwavering efforts to put patients first. This year, the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, the health service is putting the work of these professional in particular up in lights.
World-class staff and teams are critical to the delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan – which Fujifilm prioritises in its approach to diagnostic healthcare in the UK – leading improvements on major conditions including cancer, mental health and stroke, helping to make the NHS fit for the future.
Members of Parliament are now searching for nominations to submit and want to hear from outstanding individuals in their local areas who have innovated, impressed and made a real difference to how the health service provides care for patients.
Yoshitaka Nakamura, Managing Director of Fujifilm UK, Headline Sponsor for the Awards, said:
“We have nothing but admiration for the NHS and those who work in it, alongside it and support it – and we are proud to again sponsor the NHS Parliamentary Awards in 2020.Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, chair of the national judging panel and England’s chief midwifery officer, said:
“As an organisation, Fujifilm exists to improve and enhance the quality of life of people around the world, and we are excited to learn about and celebrate the many examples of excellence, care, compassion and innovation in the NHS that shine through MPs nominations.”
“NHS staff and volunteers make the health service what it is – the largest and greatest care team in the world that provides high quality care to patients throughout the year.
“The NHS Parliamentary Awards area unique opportunity for MPs to highlight the amazing work done by NHS staff in their local areas, and I look forward to working with all of the judges to review the nominations we receive.”