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August 27, 2015Scottish Health Awards
The Scottish Health Awards is the most recognised and prestigious awards ceremony in Scotland. Recognising Scotland’s most dedicated and caring NHS workers, these awards give recognition to professionals who go above and beyond their call of duty.
If you can think of anyone you work with, or feel your team should be recognised, why not get your nominations in now!
Dentists, Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics and Volunteers can all be nominated so why not visit the website to get your nominations started.
You’ll find all the information you need on the site, such as nomination categories, entry process and you’ll even see a list of those who sponsor the ceremony.
The event is being held in Edinburgh on Wednesday 4th November 2015.
Remembering the awards we were nominated for, 3 years ago 🙂
Back in 2012 we attended the Dentistry Awards and were nominated for ‘Best Looking Practice’. There was an outstanding range of practices and although we didn’t win an award, it was an amazing opportunity to meet other Dental Professionals and see the recognition for those who work very hard in our industry.
Sadly, due to practice commitments, we will not be able to apply to the Scottish Health Awards this year, however, it may be something of consideration next year.
Good luck to all the entries. We will be keeping an eye on the Scottish Health Awards website to see who won in their category.
Please note, this article is for information purposes only. Cherrytree Dental Practice are not involved in any direct association with this event. We just felt it was a great way for local or national NHS workers to be recognised.
Article written by our Practice Manager, Nykky Banks.
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