Company of the Year – it’s a category which has long been the crux of the Nottingham Post Business Awards and one which celebrates a firm whose market share, economic impact and achievements cannot be ignored.
Each year, the category sees a huge number of entries from local businesses looking to take home the acclaimed award. And, this year it’s down to the category sponsor, BMI The Park Hospital, to make the final decision.
New supporters of the awards, BMI The Park Hospital have been part of the Nottinghamshire community for 35 years caring for people with heart problems, joint and bone problems, cancer and a range of other conditions.
Now, the hospital is taking the opportunity to support other successful businesses in the region by coming on board as Company of the Year sponsors.
In their hands, applicants will be shortlisted to just three finalists before the hospital presents their winner at the official awards ceremony on Wednesday 22 May at the East Midlands Conference Centre.
Amanda Dorkes was appointed the hospital’s Executive Director in June 2018 and influenced the decision to support the local awards this year.
“The Nottingham Post Business Awards is a fantastic way to showcase some of the truly great businesses and homegrown local talent we have in the county.” Amanda said.
“We are excited to be able to recongnise and celebrate the successes and achievements all the shortlisted businesses have all made to our local economy. Sponsoring the awards is a great way for us to support these businesses and individuals who, like us, strive to make a difference to our local community.”
The private service BMI The Park Hospital provides, results in quick diagnosis, great staff and Consultants, comfortable en-suite rooms and flexible visiting hours.
Each year the hospital, which employs 300 staff, cares for 10,000 people and works closely with local businesses to provide their employees with fast access to private healthcare.
And, Amanda has big plans for the hospital’s future under her management, as she explained:
“We are extremely proud of our ‘Good’ Care Quality Commission rating – a crucial assessment framework for healthcare services in the UK. The rating is a reinforcement of our staff’s commitment to put patients at the heart of everything we do.
“We are now determined to turn our rating into an ‘Outstanding’ at our next CQC assessment, something very few hospitals in the country have managed to do.”
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