Bolton’s neonatal unit has won gold in the Paediatric Awards for Training Achievements (PAFTAs) in the Best Training Centre category.
The unit was nominated by its trainees for ‘encapsulating the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health values to innovate, influence, include and lead.’
Feedback from the trainees included:
Dr. Paul Settle, Divisional Medical Director – Family Care Division at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, said:
I am thrilled that our unit has won the PAFTA Award for the best training centre in the region.
“Well done to everyone for all your hard work.
Francis Andrews, Medical Director at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, said:
Our staff regularly go above and beyond to provide the best care for its patients and their loved ones, and this includes ensuring we train new staff to always put the patient at the centre of everything we do.
“This award is testament to the consultants, advanced neonatal nurse practitioners, nursing staff and all support staff. Congratulations to you all.
Find out more about the PAFTAs on the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health website.