Gosport MP, Caroline Dinenage, is pleased to congratulate Rebecca Kopeck for being shortlisted for the NHS Parliamentary Awards.
Rebecca Kopecek, Deputy Director of Workforce and Organisational Development at Portsmouth University Hospitals NHS Trust, was nominated for her incredible work throughout an extremely challenging time. Rebecca provided an invaluable service by immediately recognising from the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic the need for support lines for Gosport’s local hospital staff and managers. These staff members have worked tirelessly in the name of others and the support lines introduced by Rebecca continue to prove invaluable today.
Rebecca was shortlisted among an amazing selection of nominees for the award. She was put forward by her team when Caroline asked for nominations for the NHS Parliamentary Awards.
Starting in 2018, the National Parliamentary Awards recognise those who have gone above and beyond providing incredible contributions to the health community. With Coronavirus being a global health emergency, on a scale not seen for a century, the work of the NHS has been more invaluable than ever, so singling out nominees has been tough. Since its inception over 450 Members of Parliament have nominated an individual or organisation for an award.
“This year has been an undoubtedly difficult time for everyone, and I am so grateful for the wonderful work across the entirety of our NHS, it has been humbling and inspiring to see.
“Rebecca’s achievement in being shortlisted is testament to her incredible character and work ethic and I am so pleased her services have been recognised.“
The competition culminates with the National Parliamentary Awards Ceremony which will be held on Wednesday 7th July 2021 for which all nominees and their MPs will be invited.
You can find the full shortlist and read more about the incredible work of the nominees here: https://www.nhsparliamentaryawards.co.uk/shortlist