GRI, part of Geometric Results Inc. – the world’s largest neutral vendor recruitment outsourcing specialist – has been added not once, but twice, to the 2019 HSJ Healthcare Partnership Awards shortlist.
Shortlisted for entries with client organisation The Bristol, Weston and Bath NHS Partnership Project (referred to as BNSSG) for ‘Procurement Support or Service Project of the Year’ and ‘Workforce Innovation’, the HSJ Healthcare Partnership Awards serve to recognise and celebrate the best, most trusted collaborations with the NHS.
Alongside GRI, shortlisted entrants include service providers ranging from large multinationals to small start-ups and manufacturers. HSJ has designed these awards to shine a spotlight on the projects that work for the benefit of the NHS and its patients.
HSJ reported that entrants demonstrated outstanding commitment to working in collaboration with the NHS through cutting edge innovation and service provision. Winners will be announced at a ceremony on Wednesday 20th March, at Park Plaza Westminster, London.
HSJ Editor, Alistair McLellan, said:
“Hundreds of organisations are working behind the scenes to help the NHS improve its services and facilities and deliver better care for patients. Yet their contribution is often unseen.
“Our aim is to change that through the HSJ Healthcare Partnership Awards, which have given businesses the chance to showcase innovative projects and long-term support programmes that are really making a difference to the NHS in these challenging economic times.”
Andrew Preston, CEO – UK and COO – EMEA and APAC of GRI, commented:
“As winners of the 2018 HSJ Healthcare Partnership Award for ‘Best Procurement Support or Service Project of the Year’, we are delighted to be able to follow this with a double shortlisting in recognition of our partnership with BNSSG - to provide the very best, sustainable temporary staffing solutions.
“This further serves as a testament to our continued commitment and aligned vision to drive better value in the supply chain and an enhanced service delivery experience, whilst ensuring patient care remains of paramount importance.”
For more information on GRI’s work with the NHS and wider health and care sector, please visit https://www.geometricresults.co.uk/sectors/healthcare.