Celebrating in Style at the Advancing Healthcare Awards

Written by ID Medical

21/04/2015

ID Medical sponsored and attended the highly-anticipated Advancing Healthcare Awards 2015 on Friday 17th April at Hotel Russell in London, organised by Chamberlain Dunn.

 

A well-established awards programme exclusively for AHPs and healthcare scientists, the awards recognise and reward projects and professionals who lead innovative healthcare practice and make a real difference to patients’ lives in the healthcare science and the allied health professions.

ID Medical’s AHP/HSS division, proud to be amongst amazing allied health professionals, tweeted live from the event using the #AHAwards15 hashtag, and featured on the Twitter wall at the event.

David Laflin, Business Manager at ID Medical who attended the awards commented, “Every entrant demonstrated innovation, creativity, leadership, compassion – and there was a real buzz throughout the day.

It was a great opportunity for ID Medical to be at the awards, to meet with so many inspirational allied health and health science professionals making a phenomenal difference to the NHS, their professions and for patients. Once again, ID Medical would like to congratulate all winners and those shortlisted.”

After-party, sponsored by ID Medical

Following the award presentation, as official ‘after-party sponsor’, ID Medical welcomed all shortlisted entrants and guests from the Advancing Healthcare Awards to the after-party in the suite area of the Hotel Russell. Roy Lilley also joined for interviews and photographs with all winners. This provided our AHP/HSS recruitment team with a further opportunity to network with key industry professionals and those amazing individuals making a difference to patient care.

 

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