Our Awards and Recognition

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Follow each year to learn more about our Awards and Recognition:



March 2024


  • Quality network for eating disorders (QED) accreditation.
    - Aspen Centre


Quality Network for Eating Disorders logo
January 2024



National Preceptorship for Nursing Quality Mark 2024

Jane Muers



November 2023



  • Bronze Workplace Wellbeing Award Thrive at Work accreditation
    - Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust


  • Performance Recovery Award in the HSJ Awards 2023 for 'Improving the Physical Health of People with a Severe Mental Illness in Coventry and Warwickshire - a Whole-Systems Approach'
    - Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care System


  • Mental Health Social Worker of the Year Silver Winner in the Social Worker of the Year Awards 2023
    - Sara Galvin


Thrive at Work Workplace Wellbeing Bronze Award


Group photograph of winners of the Performance Recovery Award on stage at the HSJ Awards with their award and the two presenters

October 2023


  • The 50 most influential Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in health. 
    - Jagtar Singh OBE
  • 4 nurses within CHWB nominated for the Queen’s Nurses Awards.
    - Nikki Wise, Amanda Parsons, Laura Richards, and Jennie Knight

  • Queen's Nurses Awards - LDA
    -Cathy Watt


Queen's Nursing Institute
August 2023


  • British International Doctors Association (BIDA) 'Fellowship' Award for recognition of his immense contributions to supporting BAME doctors and promoting equality and inclusion in healthcare.
    - Jagtar Singh OBE


Jagtar Singh, Chair
July 2023


  • Most Outstanding NHS/ Healthcare Winner and Most Outstanding Overall Winner in the first Services Awards 2023
    - OP Courage Urgent Pathway Coventry Hub


  • Employee Engagement Award and the Public Sector Award in the PRCA Dare Awards 2023
    - People at Our Heart strategy


Photograph of OP Courage Urgent Pathway Coventry Hub winners at the first Services Award


Photograph of the two PRCA Dare Awards won by Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust. Employee Engagement Award and Public Sector Award

June 2023



Speech and Language Therapy winning award


May 2023



  • Science and Tech Award of the Year in The 2nd British Sikh Awards 2023
    - Professor Swaran Singh


Photo of Professor Swaran Singh
April 2023
  • Dunscombe Prize Top Student Award for the PGDip in Digital Health Leadership 2021-22
    - Michelle Webster
Photographs from the awards

February 2023 

MP Community Award Winners 2023 - Rethink Mental Illness-Grapevine-Experts by Experience



July 2022 

Dr Michelle Webster

Photo of Coventry and Warwickshire team with the awards they won at COVID-19 Vaccination Awards

September 2022


  • Outstanding Contribution Award in the Coventry Health & Wellbeing Awards 2022
    - Jill Renwick
  • Partnership Award in the Coventry Health & Wellbeing Awards 2022
    - Vaccination Team
  • Coventry Health & Wellbeing Awards (Highly Commended)
    - Dr Anne Donegan and Dr Kumari
  • Doctor of the Year in the WellChild Awards 2022
    - Dr Cheryl Adams


Image of Dr Cheryl Adams

September 2022

  • The Sun’s ‘Who Cares Wins’ Unsung Hero Award (Shortlisted)
    -Ram Kurapati

Ram Kurapati

October 2022    

Experts by Experience

Highly Commended - Year of the Digital Profession CINSS team

November 2022 


Mel Coombes

Think Family Outreach Team (TFOT)

December 2022   

Q Awards Guests holding a photo frame



June 2021 

September 2021

December 2021



February 2020 

November 2020



July 2019 

Our Trust and Oxehealth have won the 2019 HSJ Patient Safety Award for Best Healthtech Solution for Patient Safety.

Andrew Daffern, one of the winners of Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce Training’s Apprenticeship Awards 2019

Simon Gilby



January 2018 

  • Coventry Mental Health Star Award (Awarded)
    - Alex Cotton


April 2018

Aimee Brewer and Simon Gilby

May 2018   

CWPT Staff with the prestigious Baby Friendly Award

November 2018


Alex Cotton receives MBE

Marie Tait receives BEM

Carol Peckham at Buckingham Palace