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Hospital Heroes

Caring touch: Nursing assistant Tracey Roberts was nominated for an award by Fraser Proudfoot

Hospital Heroes: ‘Chatty Tracey made grandad feel at ease’

Grateful: Beryl Wright has nominated her surgeon, Professor Mortensen, for a Hospital Heroes award

Hospital Heroes: ‘He saved my life as I did not think that I would make it’

Supportive: Paediatric consultant Kokila Lakhoo is in the running for a Hospital Heroes award

Hospital Heroes: ‘This amazing lady is our real heroine’

Gratitude: Hazel Scott and her son Oscar Scott Towers

‘Incredible duo helped my boy make a miraculous recovery’

So grateful: Patient Jamie Williams with consultant orthopaedic surgeon Bob Sharp, who she has nominated for a Hospital Heroes award

‘Surgeon who saved my legs deserves Hospital Hero prize’

First point of contact: Theresa Bentley, left, who has nominated research nurse manager, Alexina Fantato

Hospital Heroes: ‘She’s reliable, experienced and is always there for you’

Care: Kimberly Bowman and Tom O’Donoghue have nominated the infant feeding team at the John Radcliffe Hospital to say thanks for their help with son, Joseph, now aged 18 weeks

Hospital infants team ‘helped give new mum hope’ in crisis

Lovely manner: Nursing assistant Tracey Roberts has been nominated for the Hospital Heroes campaign after showing care and compassion to Fraser Proudfoot’s grandad Tony when he was taken into hospital

Hospital Heroes: ‘Compassionate Tracey gave grandad best care I’ve seen’

Grateful: Lynn Bailey and her five-year-old daughter Beatrice

Mother’s fears disappeared thanks to an amazing doctor

Thank you: Louise Sansom, right, nominated paediatric oncology outreach nurse Zoe Hines for an award last year after her four-year-old daughter Ella Maylor was diagnosed with leukaemia. Louise is holding her other child, son Ethan Maylor, one

It’s time to nominate your hospital heroes

Gold award winners, the Psychological Medicine Team from the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, with Prof Michael Sharpe, seventh from left

Honours handed out to Hospital Heroes

The winners and runners-up of the individual and group categories in the the Hospital Heroes awards at Oxford University Museum of Natural History      Pictures: OX71484 Kirsty Edmonds

Star treatment for outstanding medics at Hospital Heroes Awards

Sir Jonathan Michael

Unsung hospital heroes praised at an emotional night of awards

Shortlisted nominee Dr Garry Tan at the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Churchill Hospital. Picture: OX71388 Damian Halliwell

They’re transforming the lives of diabetics

Lou Willcock, left, nominated Jane Clarke for the Hospital Heroes award after she cared for Miss Willcock when she was diagnosed with breast cancer                    Picture: OX71135 Denis Kennedy

Going extra mile on a life-saving journey

Kidney patient Anne Wiggins

These medics have changed my life, says grateful mum

Lee Sweetlove is cycling again after ending up in hospital

Hospital Heroes: Cyclist nominates surgeon who got him back in saddle

Tom Perry, nine, with nursery nurse Kerrie Wiggins

Tom gives the thumbs up to his own hospital hero

It's time to nominate your hospital heroes

It's time to nominate your hospital heroes

The John Radcliffe Hospital’s gastroenterology ward 5F team.

Special night honours caring and compassion

Nurse Sarah Jackson, from the John Radcliffe Hospital’s plastic surgery department.

Special night honours individual heroes

Clinical leader Mary Miller, fourth from left, and colleagues at Sobell House. Picture: OX63597 Ed Nix

‘Sobell is more like a home than a hospice’

Rowena Pearce, centre, advanced nurse practitioner for children with disability, pictured with, left, Nina Lawson and Jon-Paul, four, and Nicole Marsh and James, eight months. Picture: OX63442 Antony Moore

More finalists vying for NHS awards

Dr Chris Winnearls and Allie Thornley, front right, with colleagues in the renal unit at the Churchill Hospital, Headington. Picture: OX63423 Damian Halliwell

Lifesavers fully deserve places among finalists

Alexandra and Nick Williams      Picture: OX60462 Denis Kennedy

HOSPITAL HEROES: ‘Incredible unit got us through it’

Simon Cruden is nominating his heroes. Picture: OX60407 David Fleming

M&S worker comes 'back from the dead' to honour medics

Sir Jonathan Michael

OXFORD MAIL HOSPITAL HEROES: Tell us who you think should win awards

Ria Betteridge

OXFORD MAIL HOSPITAL HEROES: Proud of a caring role

From left, Anna Woolcott, 22, Elspeth Woolcott, and Clare Woolcott, 48           Picture: OX59936 David Fleming

OXFORD MAIL HOSPITAL HEROES: Oxford woman's life dedicated to nursing those in need

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