2019 awards: Support Person of the Year

2019 awards: Support Person of the Year

Congratulations to the nominees and the winner of the Support Person of the Year 2019.

2019 has been an exciting year of growth for Better Healthcare! To show our gratitude to our staff for their hard work, we rounded up the previous year with our annual Better Healthcare Awards night. As part of our 2019 awards series, we will announce the nominees and the winner of the Support Person of the Year award in this post.

The following people are the nominees for this award:

  • Clare Scarfe, On-Call Team
  • Charli Taylor-Davidson, Brighton
  • Emma Bates, Bedford
  • Megan Bootle, Head Office
  • Avril Higgs, On-Call Team

And the winner is…

Congratulations to Charli Taylor-Davidson, Office Manager for the Brighton office! Charli started as an apprentice with us in 2013, and it is lovely to see how far she has come.

I was very pleased to receive this award; I feel that I have worked really hard over the year, and it is a lovely feeling to be appreciated and recognised for your work.

Samantha Diamond, the Operations Director of Better Healthcare also had this to say about the winner.

Charli joined Better Healthcare at the age of 18 as an apprentice and advanced through our Career Development Programme. As a result of her progression, she has become a knowledgeable expert on many of our internal systems and she now she travels across the branch network helping to mentor and train our admin teams. Charli is held in high esteem by many of her work colleagues and we are so proud of her achievements.

A massive ‘well done’ goes to all of the nominees and the winner for their hard work in 2019. Better Healthcare has had an amazing year of growth and so have these individuals. We’re proud of the work they’ve all done this year and even more proud of how much they have grown in their career. We look forward to seeing what 2020 has in store for them.

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