The UHAs are the only national awards for non-medical and non-clinical staff and volunteers.
The team has been shortlisted for being ‘remarkable’ in the work that it has achieved by standing at the forefront of transformative initiatives, embodying excellence in project management and delivery. Team members have been a driving force behind the successful delivery of numerous critical projects, enhancing patient care, optimising operational efficiency, and fostering a positive work environment for staff.
This includes working on projects to enhance technological features and solutions within the ambulance service, collaborating with stakeholders to implement Body Worn Video Cameras for ambulance staff, supporting the establishment of a new ambulance hub in Blackpool, amongst many more projects.
Alison Ormerod, Interim Deputy Director of Strategy, Partnerships and Transformation said: “The collective efforts of our PMO team have significantly improved patient care and created a safer and more efficient working environment across our trust. The successful delivery of our projects is a direct result of the team’s commitment to excellence and collaborative project management.
“Our PMO exemplifies excellence in project management and delivery, with a proven track record of implementing transformative initiatives that positively impact both patient care and staff wellbeing. The team’s dedication, professionalism, and collaborative approach make them deserving unsung heroes.”
The winners will be announced at the award ceremony taking place on Friday 15 March 2024 in Manchester. Good luck to our PMO team members and everyone who has been shortlisted!