THEY may not have scooped victory, but RehabWorks’ shortlisted award entrants emerged with pride from this year’s Rehabilitation First Awards.
The prestigious celebration ceremony for this year’s awards took place at Le Meridien in London on Friday 12th September as a marker of the industry’s exceptional businesses and achievers.
RehabWorks, which has achieved a number of business awards and accolades in recent years, was shortlisted in Rehabilitation Initiative of the Year (Provider), The Training Award and Young Achiever of the Year.
CEO Andy Holdcroft said: “While we didn’t take the top prize in these categories, it is a huge achievement for us to have been listed among the very best in this industry.
“There is always incredible competition and I feel really very proud of the team for having reached the final stages.”
RehabWorks is currently awaiting verdicts on other awards entered by the business within the last few months.
Earlier this summer, Andy Holdcroft was announced as Director of the Year in the East Anglian Daily Times Business Awards.
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Back: Kate Dennehy, Communications and Marketing Executive, Angela Power, Centre Lead Specialist, Greg Kane, Operations Director, Clare Price, Psychological Therapy Service Lead, Rosie Hancock, Musculoskeletal Service Lead, Sophie Turner, Senior Physiotherapist and Lesley Mace, Business Development Manager
Front: Chris Bartlett, Case Management Services Lead and Krishna Naidu, Clinical Training Lead