People Development Award for Highland Hospice

9 September 2019

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We are delighted that Highland Hospice was recognised at the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) Business Awards on Friday night by winning the People Development category.

Chief Executive Officer Kenny Steele said, "This is great recognition for the work that has been led within our Clinical Team by Siobhan Neylon and the support and partnership across the Hospice making a difference to the skills and confidence of those who support our patients, clients and families."

Kenny also expressed his gratitude to Clinical Support Coordinator Diane Grant and Clinical Support Administrator Lynne Jack for accepting the award on behalf of the Hospice.

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