BHB nominated for two awards
The WOW! Awards, an international service excellence and employee recognition programme, has nominated Bermuda Hospitals Board for two awards at its gala event this year.
BHB has been nominated in the award categories Unsung Hero and Quality Service Provider of the Year.
Senior Medical Laboratory Technologist Delmonte Swan was nominated in the Unsung Hero category. This award recognises individuals who have made an incredible impact to customers. Organisers said Mr Swan was chosen as a finalist because of his demonstrated commitment to providing accurate and reliable testing. Mr Swan started at BHB in 1991. Letters commending his dedication and evidencing his unfailing willingness to go beyond his prescribed duties were submitted to BHB’s online employee recognition programme – RISE Awards.
Organisers of the event said BHB’s ability to turn its vision - Exceptional Care. Strong Partnerships. Healthy Community. into reality, resulted in the nomination for Quality Service Provider of the Year. Nominees for this category have demonstrated their ability and willingness to go the extra mile not only for service users but also, staff, suppliers and the wider community.
“We are pleased that our staff and the efforts of BHB as team, have received this recognition,” said Ms Symonds. “To be selected from over 20,000 customer nominations internationally, is a testament to the high caliber of care and service we are committed to affording our Bermuda community. We are proud of the nominations.”
Delmonte Swan and other BHB representatives will attend the WOW! Awards gala on 30 November 2018 in London, England where the winners will be announced.
• Press release from Bermuda Hospitals Board
Bailey’s Bay CC hit with 24-hour ban
‘Hate crime’ graffiti closes netball courts
Turning back the clock at the Boardwalk Café
Soares set to open walk-in scanning facility
Bermuda Under-40s taste the Big Apple
Turning a passion into a business
Defendant denies speeding at time of crash
Bermudian held in Miami on cocaine charges
Employee sues hospitals board
Family business focused on fun
Mural war of words continues
Birthday girl Sélah, 10, gives to charity
Tribal Bermuda’s multicultural lie
Motorist suspended for refusing breath test
Take Our Poll