Royal Free staff honoured at annual ‘Oscars’ ceremony
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Comedian Hugh Dennis was outnumbered by award winners last week, as he hosted the Royal Free London’s annual “Oscars” awards ceremony.
More than 300 members of staff, including nurses, cleaners, doctors and support staff attended the ceremony on Wednesday night, which was funded by the Royal Free Charity.
More than 30 awards were handed out to staff who had contributed positively to the hospital over the last year.
The star of Mock the Week and Not Going Out spoke of his experience of treatment at the Royal Free, after falling off his bike in Pond Street, yards from the hospital's A&E.
He also told staff: "If proof is needed of the goodness of human nature in difficult circumstances, then you are it. You are a fantastic group of people."
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Dr Anant Patel, a respiratory consultant won the group's clinician of the year gong. He won it for the quality of his lung cancer service, which led to excellent clinical results.
Royal Free chair Dominic Dodd said: "I am always so inspired by the wonderful work carried out by our staff and the different ways in which you go the extra mile to care for our patients - and for each other."
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