Accomplish shortlisted in LaingBuisson Awards 2018

We are delighted to announce that accomplish has been shortlisted as finalists in the Excellence in Training category for the 2018 LaingBuisson Awards.

LaingBuisson is an UK healthcare consultancy, based in London, that provides insights, data and analysis of health and social care market structures, policy and strategy. The LaingBuisson Awards, now in their 13th year recognise and celebrate industry excellence and innovative services, within the public, private and third health and social care sectors.

Winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge on 15th November.

Kelly Pirotte Head of Learning and Development said: “I am absolutely thrilled that accomplish has been shortlisted for the Excellence in Training category. This is a wonderful recognition of a great team effort from all our fantastic staff”.

Please click here to view the 2018 LaingBuisson finalists 

 

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