The Lammy Awards were introduced in 2015 by NHS Lambeth CCG to recognise the contributions of individuals and teams supporting excellent health and care services in the borough.
Lammy Awards 2017
For the third year, NHS staff, council and public service workers, volunteers and carers who have made outstanding contributions to health and social care in Lambeth were celebrated at the Lammy Awards.
A theme that ran through the awards was recognition of the contribution of unpaid carers. This included the volunteers at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust who were recognised with the Kindness award for their contributions following the London Terror attacks and Grenfell Tower fire.
This year, special recognition was paid to the selfless contribution of staff from across local public services who were involved in helping people affected by the recent events at Westminster Bridge, London Bridge and Grenfell Tower. Lammy Awards were presented to local representatives of the ambulance service, hospital and mental health, fire service, the police and council teams to take back to their organisations to say thank you to their staff on the CCGs behalf.
You can read more about each of the awards, the nominees and winners by clicking on the award category below: