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Place2Be shortlisted in Health Service Journal Awards

Place2Be is delighted to be shortlisted in the prestigious Health Service Journal Awards (HSJ), in the Mental Health Provider of the Year category.

Place2Be is delighted to be shortlisted in the prestigious Health Service Journal Awards (HSJ), in the Mental Health Provider of the Year category.

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These awards are the most sought after accolade in the health sector attracting entries from NHS, voluntary sector and private sector organisations all keen to showcase their achievements. Place2Be is shortlisted along with Cheshire and Wirral Partnership FT, Dorset Healthcare University FT, Humber Teaching FT, Midlands Partnership FT and North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare Trust.

“We’re absolutely delighted to be shortlisted in the 2019 HSJ Awards.  This is a great opportunity to raise awareness of Place2Be’s role as a leading provider of children’s mental health services over the past 25 years – and to receive wider recognition for our work, particularly among health commissioners.” Catherine Roche, Chief Executive of Place2Be

The next stage is a live presentation to the awards’ judges at the end of September, with the winners being announced at an awards ceremony on 6 November.

Find out more about the HSJ Awards and other finalists

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