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If you think you have symptoms, please do not attend your hospital appointment until you are advised it is safe to do so. Please contact us to rearrange your appointment, or to re-organise treatment and tests.

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Nominate a member of staff for a TULIP Award

If you would like to nominate one of our staff for providing excellent care to you or a loved one you can nominate them for a Nottingham University Hospitals TULIP Award. 

Nominations can be made by completing and posting the nomination cards on wards and in public areas into the DAISY post boxes. 

Or by completing a TULIP Award form and emailing it to DAISY.Awards@nuh.nhs.uk

About the TULIP Awards

Trust's new Tulip Awards to recognise staff for outstanding care

Following on from the Daisy Awards, which has been led by the Barnes Family to recognise outstanding nursing, Nottingham University Hospitals Trust (NUH) is pleased to announce the launch of itsTouching Unique Lives In Practice (TULIP) Award.

After some feedback from some of our staff, most notably our Health Care Assistants/Clinical Support Workers/Auxiliaries have asked to be recognised for their own work in a similar way.

This is where the idea for our TULIP Awards was born, to recognise exceptional care.

Blue tulips are thought to symbolise tranquillity and peace because of the blue colour. When given to someone else, the flowers convey a message of trust and loyalty. Because they are one-of-a-kind, blue tulips represent individuality and uniqueness.

We are excited to say that our first TULIP awards will happen shortly.

If you would like to nominate a member of staff from our hospitals, please find a nomination form here

Our Chief Nurse at NUH, will present the awards to our nursing colleagues on the ward/department where the member of staff works.

TULIP Award Honorees 2020

November 2020

  • Emma Stone - C53, QMC
  • Aimee Pickering - D35, QMC
  • Ben Whyler  - Harvey 1, City Hospital

December 2020

  • Elizabeth White - D10, QMC