NHS 70 superstars: E

Take a look at who has also now been recognised as an official #NHS70Superstar with first names beginning with E:

Eamon Tweede, ward manager, Hepworth ward, Newton Lodge
“Working for him is an absolute pleasure. A sensitive soul who is very approachable.”

“Approachable and will go the extra mile to ensure staff morale remains high during difficult times and always considers staff and patients on the ward stay safe.”

Eamonn Lynott, clinical lead, Ageing and needs led pathway, Lundwood Health Centre
“For being so kind and supportive to staff and service users. He is truly knowledgeable and provides opportunities for true team working.”

Eddy Beesley, mental health liaison practitioner, Mental health liaison team, Calderdale Royal Hospital
“Eddy is a fabulous practitioner who is always happy to help the team, has brilliant personable skills and has always made me feel supported when on a shift in really busy times.”

Edward O’Gorman, operational support officer, Yorkshire Smokefree Service
“Ed provides excellent support to the YSF Management Team. He is always willing to undertake any task required and always gives 100%. He is bright and cheerful, sensitive and respectful. With his support this year the YSF Services has moved on leaps and bounds. His expertise and knowledge brings a new dimension and is invaluable to all the team and is greatly appreciated.”

Elaine Bolderson, administrative co-ordinator, learning and development, Fieldhead
“Elaine is a valued member of learning and development. She shows true commitment to her role and is always willing to help. Her wise counsel and work ethic are second to none and she gets on with her work quietly and efficiently. Even though she is not in a clinical role she never forgets the values and behaviours of the organisation and she always remembers the service user. She is a wonderful colleague.”

Elaine Carr, staff nurse, Ryburn Ward, Bretton Centre
“Elaine is like a mother of the ward, she tells me never to give up on myself and that I can overcome so much. She has shown me that through trials and tribulations I can go through anything and to never give up on myself.”

“For being a lovely host when on her ward and looking after you. Makes you feel at ease. Lovely lady.”

“She always goes an extra mile beyond her usual duties to care for the service users, help her work colleagues and improve the service. An amazing member of staff to work with.”

Elaine Cusworth, administration manager, Facilities, Fieldhead
“Elaine is more than a manager she is helpful, friendly and most of all a really approachable person who is more than willing to help anyone who needs it. I see Elaine as more as a friend than a manager and I think she really deserves to have a superhero award.”

Elaine Dresser, personal secretary, IM&T, Kendray Hospital
“Elaine is one of the many unsung heroes at the Trust. She is an absolute superstar and absolutely key to keeping IM&T running smoothly. I don’t know where we’d be without her!”

Elaine McMullan, clinical psychologist, Fieldhead
“Elaine absolutely goes far than over and beyond. She has changed her shift times to better benefit both patients and staff members in providing quality supervision. She is approachable and friendly. She is there for people in a respectful manner. We could go on forever about Elaine, there aren’t enough words to express what a genuinely positive impact she has on peoples’ lives – she’s truly amazing.”

“Elaine is such an amazing person. She is always supportive and positive in everything she does. She has also got me through such a difficult time. I feel really grateful to her.”

Elaine Mitchell, locum pharmacist, Pharmacy office, Calderdale
“I don’t know what we’d have done without Elaine’s help for the last few years. She is incredibly flexible, coming in when she can, even at short notice or for part-days. The fact that she has such great knowledge, experience and interpersonal skills means she ‘fits straight in’ and provides a great service to patients and staff.”

“Elaine is a very valued bank clinical pharmacist, who always makes herself available when the pharmacy team needs assistance, whether short-term emergency cover or long-term cover. Her vast mental health knowledge and caring nature are an asset to the pharmacy team.”

“She is a very special caring person who always goes the extra mile with no complaints.”

Elaine Watson, healthcare assistant, Ward 19, Priestley Unit
“For always working hard, providing high-quality compassionate care and covering lots of shifts!”

Elaine White, healthcare assistant, Beechdale ward, the Dales, Calderdale
“Elaine always goes that extra mile to make sure patients are happy. Elaine regularly chairs the community group and the patients always respond well to her. She is an asset to the team.”

“Hard work and client centre focused.”

Eleanor Jackson, occupational therapy assistant, Therapy team, Newhaven
“Ellie is an absolute force of nature with a can do attitude who throws herself into everything that’s going on.”

Eleanor Sibanda, staff nurse, Willow ward, Barnsley
“For always taking the time to explain everything clearly in a way that I can understand! She is so encouraging and supportive!”

Elizabeth Brookes, staff nurse, Willow ward, Kendray, Barnsley
“Liz is an excellent nurse. She has a friendly manner with patients, always makes time to listen and works very hard to help people get back home. It is inspiring to work as part of the same team as Liz.”

Elizabeth Lord, nursing assistant, Enfield Down
“Good patient care and a great relationship with patients. Treats patients with a lot of dignity and respect.”

Elizabeth Roleston, administrative support worker, Bank office, Fieldhead
“For always being happy to help when you ring the bank booking line. Nothing is ever too much trouble for Liz. She will always go that extra mile to support the wards and the bank staff. She is a bright and bubbly person. Thank you.”

Elle Stevenson, medical secretary, Barnsley CAMHS, New Street Health Centre, Barnsley
“She is always super efficient and thorough within her work at all times and despite having a huge workload is always willing to help her colleagues. Elle regularly takes on extra tasks and work to help the team. She is a true team player.”

Ellen Wright, senior finance manager, Finance team, Fieldhead
“Professionalism and competence.”

“Ellen is a very supportive and respected colleague and I know I can always turn to her for advice and support whatever the issue. No question or query is too big or small, and if she doesn’t know she will find out. There isn’t much Ellen doesn’t know about the Trust and I am proud to work with her.”

“Ellen is such an asset to the Trust and the NHS. She works with you to support what you’re trying to achieve and is really knowledgeable, proactive and helpful.”

Ellie Armitage, team leader, health integration team, initial accommodation centre (Urban House)
“Ellie is an extremely positive person and excels in her role as team leader with her usual sense of enthusiasm and motivation. She is an excellent role model. Ellie demonstrates really good leadership qualities and continues to deliver her role without difficulty. Her style of management is adaptable and she encourages her team to work efficiently and effectively whilst delivering an excellent standard of care. Ellie continues to inspire and motivate her team, which is demonstrated in their attitude and enjoyment of their work. They work really well as a team, and despite a challenging setting, they continue to be positive and enthusiastic. This is down to Ellie and she should be recognized for her fabulous contribution to SWYPFT.”

Ellie Williams, healthcare support worker, Thornhill ward, Bretton Centre
“Ellie is new to the Trust and how proud we are to have her working alongside us. She is a natural carer for people and her enthusiasm and passion shines through each and every day. Ellie brightens the environment with her smile and kind, compassionate and caring nature. She is always prepared for the shift ahead, offering assistance to anyone that requires it. In the short time she has been with us she has and continues to make such a positive impact on those around her. She’s an absolute delight and looking forward to seeing her flourish as she does each minute. Such an asset and we are so thankful to work with such a genuine human being.”

Emilie Verroken, clinical lead speech and language therapist, Intermediate Care, Kendray Hospital
“Emilie is a speech and language therapist who is constantly looking to provide new and innovative services for service users with speech impairments. She is passionate and forward thinking in her role and in my opinion is a colleague who is inspirational.”

Emily Carter, IAPT team secretary, Kirklees IAPT, Folly Hall
“Emily always works hard every day when she comes into work. She prides herself on doing as much for the team as she can and is always available to go to for support or help. She is a fantastic member of the team who is one our of front facing team members who answer the phone calls and always makes people feel at ease and comfortable when phoning in. Emily is always approachable and has a great work ethic, it is a pleasure to work alongside you. Thank you for all you do Emily!”

Emily Dodd, speech and language therapist, Kendray Hospital
“Being a social media superstar and supporting the National Children’s Day and International Nurses Day. Super proud of seeing something we discussed at a meeting and turning into an action which raised awareness of very important topics.”

Emily Lam, dietitian, Wakefield
“For making the workplace a more friendly place to be.”

Emma Buckingham, ward sister, Beamshaw ward, Kendray Hospital
“For her continuous support and hard work on the ward. Always there whenever you need her, in work or out of work. Great mentor when I was a first year student years ago. Now a great ward sister and also a great friend.”

Emma Cox, Acting Up assistant director of nursing and quality, prevent lead, Safeguarding office, Fieldhead
“Brilliant support and understanding.” 

Emma Roberts, occupational therapist, Bretton Centre, Fieldhead
“When Emma comes to help the ward she really does help. She’s never afraid of getting her hands dirty and mucking in and believe me when we say she mucks in, she does. There’s no moaning and she really feels part of the team (obviously because she is a part of the team). It’s always a pleasure having her around. She’s really helped us out to maintain a safe ward environment for everyone. Thank you.”

Emma Farrell, staff nurse, ward 19, Priestley Unit, Dewsbury
“For constant hard work, flexibility and endless care and compassion to everyone in her care.”

Emma Hudson, healthy lifestyle advisor, Barnsley stop smoking service
“Emma goes above and beyond what is expected of her job role to put clients at ease and considers their holistic needs outside of the stop smoking arena. She is caring, patient and motivates individuals to be the best they can whilst signposting them to additional guidance, support and resources. I have learnt so much in the short time I have been working alongside her. Nothing is too much trouble and she is always patient when I ask numerous questions!!”

Emma Shaw, clinical practitioner, Appleton ward, Fieldhead
“Cherry is an integral part of the team she offers support advice and leadership. She never asks others to do something she isn’t prepared to do herself. She demonstrates enthusiasm and commitment to the learning disability service.”

Emma Smith, secretary, Kendray hospital
“Thank you for all the support you give and no job is too big to approach and she has a fantastic can-do approach.”

Esnat Mashangwa, staff nurse, Ward 19, Priestley Unit
“Thank you for choosing to work in our ward and providing a positive view of everything.”

Estelle Myers, associate practice governance coach physiotherapist, Wakefield adult learning disability health service, Drury Lane Health and Wellbeing Centre
“For stepping in to provide leadership and management to the AHP team in learning disabilities in Wakefield as well as doing her day job.”

Take a look at our other superstars beginning with A, B, C, D, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z.

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