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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
Better Together

Success at the Solihull Together for Better Lives Awards

Published: 25/04/2016

The Solihull Together for Better Lives Awards were held last Thursday, 21 April at The Renewal Conference Centre, Solihull. Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust were shortlisted in four of the ten categories, and we are delighted to announce that the Trust won in two of these categories.

The awards are in their second year, being launched in 2015 and were designed to recognise and celebrate the hard work and achievements of organisations and individuals to support the vulnerable and frail within the borough of Solihull. 

‘Next Steps- Living Well with Dementia’ run by the Memory Assessment Service were awarded the title Primary Care Service of the Year, and Dr Reema Swarna, Associate Specialist Doctor from the Memory Assessment Service was named Health Professional of the Year for her commitment and work in the field of dementia diagnosis and early intervention. 

Our two other shortlisted teams were David Bromley House for Care team of the Year, and the Admiral Nurses for Dementia Friendly Service. 

Chief Executive, John Short who attended and presented an award at the ceremony, congratulated the candidates, ‘Well done to all our finalists and winners for this well-deserved recognition, I was very proud to see our Trust so well represented’. 

For more information on the event, winners and awards, visit www.solihulltogether.co.uk

ST4bl awards - Dr Reema Swarna
ST4bl - memory assessment