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Tower Hamlets and Newham emergency responders up for award

Tower Hamlets and Newham emergency responders up for award

A workforce that treats emergency sufferers of their houses throughout Tower Hamlets and Newham has been shortlisted for a nationwide healthcare award.

The doctor response unit (PRU), made up of emergency drugs medical doctors and ambulance clinicians, is a collaboration between London’s Air Ambulance Charity, Barts Health NHS Trust and London Ambulance Service.

It is among the many contenders for pressing and emergency care initiative of the yr on the HSJ Value Awards.

The service makes use of a fast response emergency car to take 999 calls in north east London and care for sufferers at dwelling reasonably than needing an ambulance switch to hospital.

Dr Tony Joy, medical lead for the PRU, stated the shortlisting recognised the efforts of groups within the final yr to develop the service and discover new methods of working through the Covid pandemic.

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He added: “We are dedicated to delivering improved outcomes for sufferers.

“By taking the emergency division to the affected person of their dwelling, the PRU can guarantee they get the precise care quick whereas additionally decreasing threat for weak sufferers by serving to them keep away from a visit to hospital the place doable.

“To be chosen among the many different unimaginable nominees is an excellent achievement.”

London’s Air Ambulance Charity chief government Jonathan Jenkins was happy to see the unit recognised for its “incredible service”.

 “To have expanded and tailored the service, stepping up at such a essential time for the blue mild neighborhood is a exceptional achievement.

“We are so pleased with this modern workforce and look ahead to watching the PRU proceed to go from power to power.”

The awards rejoice the work of groups throughout the well being system and this yr’s ceremony will probably be held in Manchester in June.

HSJ editor Alastair McLellan stated: “This yr’s finalists haven’t solely contributed to the continued combat towards the Covid-19 pandemic throughout the NHS however have additionally been exceptionally devoted to enhancing healthcare throughout the UK.

 “We are honoured to be recognising and celebrating their excellent work after what’s, little doubt, essentially the most difficult yr within the historical past of the NHS.”