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This category is open to all medics who work or have worked in the NHS. They may be a colleague or they may have treated you or a member of your family. Please tell us why you would like to nominate them. We would like to hear inspirational stories of outstanding patient care.

  • Nominations should be no longer than 500 words
  • Include the name of the nominee
  • You can nominate people from 1948 - 2018
  • Why are you nominating this person?
  • Questions to help your submission:
    Evidence of their accomplishments? – E.g. detail the achievements, breakthroughs and other improvements they might have made.
    What was the improvement? – Detail how this improvement was sustained and or developed further, shared with others locally, regionally or nationally.
    Who has benefitted? – detail how patients, communities and or colleagues have benefitted through the nominees actions. Particularly highlighting the positive impact made, Include particular groups where applicable, and to what extent.
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Vaz attended Kastura Medical School, India graduating in 1995.  Following this he completed his postgraduate specialist training in India, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the East of England.  As well as developing his clinical knowledge and skills, during this time his passion, enthusiasm, impressive organisational skills and a sheer dogged determination to get things done, saw him organise two inter-medical school sporting events in India, each for 1000 participants. Dr Ahmed was...

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Dr. Nayak is a Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist at University Hospitals of North Midlands, who introduced and pioneered Mechanical Thrombectomy for stroke patients in the UK. After obtaining Neuroradiology fellowship from the Neurosciences Centre at Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, he did a post-fellowship training in mechanical thrombectomy in Austria. He brought back the skills he acquired in Europe and helped set up the Mechanical Thrombectomy service in Staffordshire that has become one...

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Arun graduated from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London in 1986.  He made an early decision to commit to a career in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care.  He completed his postgraduate specialist training in Leicester and the East of England, which he supplemented with additional experience in North America.  The year from 1991-1992 which he spent as an Instructor of Anaesthesiology at Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, provided him with the opportunity to gain more specialist...

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Amos Burke graduated from Edinburgh University in 1991.  He made an early decision to commit to a career in Paediatrics and Child Health, completing his postgraduate specialist training in the South West of England, where he worked in a wide range of Paediatric sub-specialties and localities, including hospital based General and Acute Paediatrics, Paediatric Intensive Care and Neonatal Intensive Care, in addition to community paediatrics in inner city areas, child and adolescent psychiatry...

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