Salford Clinical Commissioning Group's Innovation Awards

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Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) held a special awards ceremony at their event at the AJ Bell Stadium on Tuesday. The awards were to recognise best practice in innovation amongst projects they have supported over recent years, through grants administered by Salford CVS. Dr Tom Tasker, Chair of Salford CCG, was on hand to present the awards to:

Visit from the Stork CIC - for their project Be Open On Breastfeeding in Salford, (BOOBS):

Visit from the Stork

 

Langworthy Cornerstone - for their ManWeb project:

 

Six Degrees - for their work helping people enjoy positive mental health:

Six Degrees

 

In addition, the Silverdale Medical Practice based at Pendlebury Health Centre was also recognised for their dedication and innovation demonstrated over many years:

 

A range of health and wellbeing grants are available to local community, voluntary and social enterprise sector organisations and schools. These grants, funded by Salford CCG, are adminstered by Salford CVS.

 

On Wednesday 22nd November Salford CCG will be attending an awards ceremony in their own right, as they have been shortlisted in 'CCG of the Year Category' the Health Service Journal Awards for 2017.

Their entry for the awards featured the partnership work with Salford CVS. Our Healthy Schools Worker Lucy Sutcliffe, even featured in the video they included as part of their submission.

 

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Author: 
Simon Robinson, Salford CVS

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