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Star of the Month

Primary Care Doncaster

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Acknowledging the hard work within Primary Care

At Primary Care Doncaster, we believe in celebrating the exceptional commitment and achievements of our Primary Care family.

Every month, we take a moment to shine a spotlight on the hard work and dedication demonstrated by our Primary Care colleagues. The ‘Star of the Month’ award is our way of saying ‘thank you’ and recognising those who have made a remarkable difference to our patients and in the workplace.

Whether it’s going the extra mile, bringing innovative ideas to the table, or providing exceptional patient care, if you’ve noticed a colleague who truly stands out, we encourage you to let us know. Your nomination is an opportunity to acknowledge the efforts of our staff, who contribute tirelessly to the well-being of everyone we serve.

Please take a moment to submit your nomination below, detailing why you believe your nominee deserves this award.

How does it work?

• You can nominate anyone in Primary Care who you feel goes above and beyond.

• Please complete the form below with their name and and what they’ve done.

• The chosen star of the month will receive a certificate and gift.

• Their name will also be displayed on this ‘Star of the Month’ page.

Submit Your Nomination

Please complete the form below to submit your nomination for this month’s Star for the Month award.

Star of the Month

Meet Our Stars

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Angela Alu – March 2024

in recognition of all her hard work over the years and her calm, experienced and reliable presence at work. Moreover, her intuitive actions have recently potentially saved a patient’s life at the Practice.

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Ruth Robson – February 2024

in recognition of her empathy and the way she supports patients dealing with cancer diagnosis. So many patients have commented how her support has made a difference for them.

Jo Gill –
January 2024

in recognition of her fantastic dedication and her positive attitude in supporting patients and staff. She’s a true people person, and the staff and patients love her and her bubbly personality.

Julie-Utley

Julie Utley – November 2023

in recognition of her 34 years of service to the NHS, providing care and treatments to thousands of patients. She will retire this month and she will be missed by everyone!

Kingthorne Team – October 2023

in recognition of the incredible teamwork of 5 team members who swiftly performed CPR during a critical cardiac arrest situation that occurred at the practice.

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South Covid Team – September 2023

in recognition of their incredible support in planning Care Home visits in addition to their daily tasks. Their dedication to the programme has been outstanding.

Cathy Pearson – August 2023

in recognition of her resilience during the holiday season and additional staffing level issues. She has gone above and beyond her role over the course of the summer.

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Atlanta McCormack – July 2023

in recognition of her constant support to the whole North PCN team and always being available to organise sessions and meetings with a proactive approach.

Sheree Ridley – June 2023

in recognition of her hard work and dedication in making sure practices catch up on backlogs and going above and beyond, including working during the evenings and weekends.

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Lucy Barker – May 2023

in recognition of her perseverance and determination this month in overcoming a major problem on a tight deadline and for all the time she constantly puts into her job.

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Lucy Neale – April 2023

in recognition of going above and beyond to reach the finals of the Dragon Den as part of the Behavioural Science Academy, where she will be shortly graduating from Cohort 2.

Caroline-Cooke

Caroline Cooke – March 2023

in recognition of her hard work and dedication in making sure practices catch up on backlogs and going above and beyond, including working during the evenings and weekends.

Beth Rowlands – February 2023

in recognition of her dedication in making the VTS programme for new practice nurses a success and consistently providing support and advice in a non-judgemental manner.

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Lisa Cook – January 2023

in recognition of going above and beyond for patients and for her hard work in promoting Cervical Screening Awareness Week and PCN Cancer Improvement plans.

Daniel Jenkins – January 2023

in recognition of working above and beyond to support our practices and bringing new ideas to the table on how we can develop workstreams to support patients


Non-urgent advice: What receiving the award means for our team members

Feedback from winners

Non-urgent advice: What receiving the award means for our team members

Feedback from winners


Why say thank you?

Because They are…

  • Empowering our community
  • Providing person centred care
  • Are pen and acceptive of change